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Best way to make sure you buy the correct battery is to open the back and check the # on the battery. You may need a magnifier to see the # clearly. If your changing it yourself be sure to use a blunt, non-metallic tool to remove and replace the battery.
If these are screws you have to use two screwdrivers simultaneously - one from each side. Try to unscrew one screw and see if the other screw on other side is moving alongside. If it does - definitely use two screwdrivers.
Invicta watches either have screws or push pins. The one I sized yesterday had screws; it was tricky because I had to hold a flat head screwdriver on one side of the pin and then another screwdriver on the either side to unscrew it (this kept it from just spinning without loosening). If it is a push pin (you will know by looking because either a screwdriver will fit in the head or not) then you will need to get a thin steel rod about the width of a paperclip, a hammer, and a block that you can support the watch on. Push pins are pressure set and you just have to tap them out with a hammer by hitting the pin pusher/ steel rod into the pin hole to knock it out. Knock out the pins to the links you want to remove and then use a pin to resecure your watch band together.
Anne Klein can be difficult to size. I recommend taking this to a jewelry store for sizing.
If you are set on doing it yourself then this should help. Use some good quality penetrating oil on the pins (both sides) and let sit over night. Then it's going to take a hammer, vise, and appropriatly sized pin pusher or steel rod. Hope this helps
OK basically there must be an element that you can push out in the direction of the arrow. Either there is a very thin pin (like a needle) that you can push out with a blunt sewing needle (break the tip), or there is a more sophisticated system as it is shown under the following link: How to remove links from a watch strap