Whow, looks not ordinary attachment... I guess you should unscrew the lid or at least 2 screws to understand the secret. Don't think it's impossible though
Seems like you should be able to unscrew two screws and the strap would slide right out? If so, measure the thickness and width of the strap and I suspect most any strap of the right size would fit. Just punch two holes in the correct place.
Very nice idea ;) I like it. Ofcourse You can change it. Just unscrew the watch and see how the strap is made, and do the same with other straps You have if it is possible
I guess you will have to pay attention to the thicness of the replacement band. This is a rather unique system.
Nice watch by the way.
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Thanks for the advice. Very helpful indeed.
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