How do you remove links from a Timex watch band?

How do you remove links from a Timex watch band?

Removing Links: Place bracelet upright and insert pointed tool in opening of link. Push pin forcefully in direction of arrow until link is detached (pins are designed to be difficult to remove). Repeat until desired number of links are removed.

How do you adjust a Timex steel band?

How do I adjust the stainless steel mesh strap?

  1. On the adjustable buckle, open the top clasp.
  2. Place a flathead screwdriver or spring bar tool in the square slot.
  3. Slide the adjustable buckle to the desired position (make sure the clasp is set in one of the indentations on the back of the band).

How do you remove a Timex watch band Link?

Locate the tiny screws that secure the removable links on your Timex watch band. Use a 1 mm optical or jewelry screwdriver to remove the screws on each side of the watch link to free it. Turn the screws counterclockwise to loosen them. Remove additional Timex watch band links using the same process.

How do you adjust the clasp on a watch band?

Line up the link on the clasp with the last link on one side of your wristband. You should see a clear hole where a pin should go to hold the clasp on. Take one of the pins you removed and insert it into this hole. It should go most of the way in on its own, except for the last little bit on the end.

How to find documentation for your Timex watch?

Search for documentation for your Timex by entering the name, product number or feature. INDIGLO®, Chronograph, Countdown Timer, Date, Lap Timer, Time Zones, Alarms INDIGLO®, Altimeter, Chronograph, Countdown Timer, Date, Lap Timer, Thermometer, Alarms INDIGLO®, Chronograph, Countdown Timer, Date, Lap Timer, Time Zones, Alarms, Compass

How can you tell if your watch band is removable?

Look for small arrows on the back of the bracelet links, indicating which links are removable. Make sure to only remove links with arrows, the rest of the links are not designed to be removed. Place your watch band in the holder so that the arrows are pointing down.