Question about Relic Watches
Mcdevito75 here, That pin is called a spring bar and is used to hold the band to the watch, the pin must be frozen in place on the watch, Best Bet is to try another jewelery shop, in the meantime you can put a drop or 2 of cooking oil on the pin just as it meets the watch this may loosen the remaining portion of pin.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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