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Small yellow tone circular face and circular links (wind up)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: removing watch links
Look at both ends of the pin. One will look smooth, the other appears split.
You will need a suitable soft (wooden) support, and a very small dia. punch and a light hammer. The rest of the watch can be protected with a soft cloth.
You place the punch on the end of the pin which looks split, after arranging the watch so the link you are driving the pin from is supported on the edge of the timber. I drill a hole close to the edge of the timber over which I place the pin to be removed. Then by gently tapping the punch with the hammer, the pin should slide down into the hole.
One pin needs to be removed completely, the other can be left in the next link ready to tap back in after the link you wish out is removed.
The important thing is to have a decent punch! The diameter must be such as to fit easily through the pin holes, and the end should be flat. If you cannot make or find a suitable punch, one could be made from something like a darning needle.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
I suggest calling DKNY customer service @ 1-800-231-0884 This is their return or repair department they should be able to help with links for your watch.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
You have to call Armitron to get extra links for this watch. You could add them in yourself (if you purchase a watch link remover tool), or you could take it to a jeweler. You could also ask if they have the easy links which just snap on and off available when you call and these can be just snapped on and off without any tools.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: Remove link from Watch Band
I would suggest that you take it to local jewler or watch repair center, it normally runs less then $10 to remove an unlimited number.
Wal-Mart used to be a good place to go, but have since decided to support only watches that are sold in the store, which are crappy at best.
If you want to do it personally...I would discouage it. It is normally a simple process but without training, can turn into a big problem with minimal effort.
Have a great day!
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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