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Relic Watch Band Removal

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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?

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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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