Question about Watches
It is spring loaded. They make a special tool for removal, but you can manage without it. (see here). You need to take a small jeweler's screwdriver and compress the springbar (pin) along the length of it's axis, by pushing against the collar on the end of the pin where it inserts into the watch body. When you get it compresssed enough to clear the socket, pull gently on the band to disengage that side of the band from the watch. Reverse for insertion.
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