Huh. I don't think I've seen that one before. Are those just round depressions? No edges at all?
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from what I see the split pins are inside metal tubes, logical as otherwise the strap wouldn't last much.
I reckon you gotta use a pin remover to push the pins out without pushing the tubes out. can be bought for a few $ online.
here's a vid and pics for example
Thanks guys, I was thinking the same thing. The pin must be inside a collar. Like OE Seiko Mo9nster bracelets, but the collars are much larger. Anyway, I have used pin remover press tool, but the pin must be too big. It pushes the collar and pin and won't push the pin out of the collar.
I got it all set, that was a pain. I don't want to do that again anytime soon. I have the exact same tool as the one in the YouTube video.
BTW. I have the black tool in the bottom pic and it works ok with metal bracelets.
There was at least one micro company who offered that bracelet a few years past. It started out as experimental. But the adjustment was indeed a pain. They soon went to screw type pins. And they now work just fine. I' m sure yours is a discontinued model.
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