Question about Watches
I'm trying to modify my relic watch, and I want to remove the wristband completely. The model number is ZR15372. There are holes where the watch connects to the wristband that imply a pin system, but the usual push-pin method is not yielding results. Is it possible to remove the wristband completely and just have the timepiece?
Is there a way to buy a band and change it on a Relic Wet?
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
If there are holes where the band connects to the watch and you are unable to push the spring bar out. There may be a bar connecting the band to the watch. Those are harder to push out.You might have to use a tool & hammer it with a gavel. Hope this helps
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