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    How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    OK, after months of deliberation, I finally got my new G Shock today - now, how do I remove the darn links from it?? I can clearlly see the arrows on which way to push pins, but, I can't see any access to the pins. Yes, I know I'm daft, but can some genius please help me out - in words of few syllables

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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    A.M. should burn in Hell

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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    Quote Originally Posted by cal..45 View Post
    Mini spring bars - who'dve thought! Brilliant - all sorted, many thanks for your help...

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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    Just make sure to be REEEEEEAL careful, those suckers jump far
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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    Just make sure to be REEEEEEAL careful, those suckers jump far
    Yes, I agree. Normally spring bars are pesky wee things, but the ones in this bracelet were very stiff, took a little bit of persuasion to remove themselves. But, got there in the end. Here's the result

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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    Quote Originally Posted by StephenWatch View Post
    Yes, I agree. Normally spring bars are pesky wee things, but the ones in this bracelet were very stiff, took a little bit of persuasion to remove themselves. But, got there in the end. Here's the result
    I'll be doing that shortly. Can I get away with a jeweler's tiny screwdriver, or should I get a spring bar tool? Don't wanna risk scratching things...
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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    A tiny screwdriver is all you need.


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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    Thank you, 45!!!
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    Re: How do you remove links from Casio G Shock bracelet??

    Quote Originally Posted by DougFNJ View Post
    Just make sure to be REEEEEEAL careful, those suckers jump far
    Oh yeah! Once I searched for 20 minutes on the floor for the damn thing

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