Just a friendly word of caution about changing the bracelet on your brand new Prometheus Watch Company Jellyfish. The bracelet head has been secured in place using a tiny amount of glue in the bracelet head in order to prevent bracelet head to get loose during usage.
So please read the information below carefully before you proceed:
PLEASE - Only attempt to remove bracelet if you know what you are doing and are confident you wont slip and scratch or damage the watch
If you are at all hesitant in doing it yourself, then STOP! Take it to a local watch repair shop, let them know that the bracelet head have been glued for security, and ask them to do it for you. They have the right tools for the job.
The bracelet head has a tiny amount of glue applied to it so for the first time, use a hair dryer to blow some hot air on the bracelet head in order to loosen the glue slightly.
If, after changing the bracelet, you want to make sure it stays firmly tightened once more, reapply a tiny amount of Loctite 603 on the bracelet while attaching it back to watch case.
It's a common practice to use some sort of thread locking glue, so this may not be a surprise to many of you. But for those of you that are NOT familiar with this we wanted to warn you so that you don't try and force the bracelet head causing damage to your watch.