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How do I remove watch band links on a fossil watch?

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mcdevito75 here, To reove the links you"ll need a special tool called a link remover available on ebay, or you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area for about the same cost of the tool and save on delivery time as shop can do the job right away.

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The links most likely need a tool that will push the pins out so you can adjust the bracelet. This can be easily done by any jeweler or watch store. You can also order these types of tools online to do it yourself at home. Please do not attempt to remove links without the proper tools as you will not be able to remove them and you will also damage both the bracelet and the pins.

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My experience with Fossil has been poor customer service support for the items they sell. I could even get a flat normal crystal replaced. You can call and wait for customer service. You can also buy another one of the same model on Ebay and use the proper tools to cannibalize the links from another of the same model. You will need pin pusher tools to remove the links and replace them. Do a Google search on watch link removal to learn how this is done.

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You need a small, (smaller than the pin hole) punch to force the pins out of the band. Since the arrows point in both directions you can push from either direction. Push enough of the pin out to be able to grasp it with a pair of small pliers and remove it. Do that on both sides of the link, replace the extra with a small hammer and you're done.

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I can only give a general guide.
Usually, watch bands can be shortened by removing links. These links are commonly held together by small pins. These need to be removed with a very fine punch. Looking at the ends of the pins, one end commonly appears "split", the other end may look quite smooth. The pin needs to be driven out from the "split" end. 2 will need to be removed to remove 1 link, then 1 replaced to rejoin.
Links should be removed equally, so gar as possible, from each side of the band. Your choice which side if 1 only is to be removed.
Sometimes the ending links are different to the others. It is only the ones that are identical that can be removed.

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Some of the links are removable on this watch & some are not. Look inside the band you should see some tiny arrows on the removeable links. You need to push the pin through in the direction of the arrows & remove the link. Then to put the band back together you need push the pin through in the opposite direction of the arrow. Make sure the widest part to the pin goes in last or it won't fit.

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