I'm sure many here experienced this with caseback screws. I managed to remove them with out scratching the back with some thin pliers, but now I can't screw it back in.
Is there any way or cheap tool I can use to carve out enough of a divet to be able to use a flat-head and screw the back in properly?
Watch in question is one of my beloved Pulsar PW3001s. Is it possible to just buy spare screws?
I wish I bought more when they were cheap to have spare screws and stuff. Because this particular watch is full steel, there's probably a higher risk of screw stripping compared to other digitals that screw into plastic.