Question about Casio Marine Gear AMW320D9EV Wrist Watch
I have a Casio "marine gear" watch and would like to remove a few links for a better fit. I thought that I was reasonably mechanically inclined, obviously not. How do I do this?
I clipped a driver pin out of a safety pin and tapped the band pins out with the driver pin and a hammer. It helps to have someone hold the band on a hard place over a hole.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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