In order to remove a traditional watch band, you must own a watch tool or anything flat (such as a butter knife from your kitchen). We do have watch tools for sale if interested.
After turning your strap upside down, slide your flat end in until it touches the Traditional spring pin.
Push the pin away from the lug, activating the spring inside the pin to remove the strap.
Repeat on other end for full removal!
Make sure your watch has all straps completely removed, while leaving speed pins installed. Then from top down, slide the long end through both ends of the watch until the extra flap is at the edge of the watch face.
Continue to slide the long end of the strap through the 3rd loop at the end of the extra flap.
Adjust the watch itself to center both rings.
Attached it comfortably on your wrist, while tucking away any extra length back through the 2 keepers.
One of the easiest straps to install! No tools required.
Flipping the watch over, slide in left side of pin, into pin hole.
Pull back quick release pin and line up with right side of watch. Release tripper allowing pin to secure tightly to watch.
Repeat step 2 and 3 for other end of strap and enjoy your new strap!
Line up top and bottom end of strap with watch.
Just like installing an Interchangeable band, insert pin to left side of watch.
Use a watch tool to hold back traditional speed pin and align with right side of watch hole. Release pin to secure strap to watch.
Repeat on step 2 and 3 for other end of strap and enjoy your watch!
Turn watch over and line up each end of watch strap.
Slide adapter in from right to left until it clicks securely.
Repeat step 2 for second part of strap.
Enjoy your strap!
Watch bands sold at the Clockwork Synergy web store fit in one (of two) categories: Quick Release or Traditional, depicting the style of pin accepted by our products. Quick Release pins are built-in to our watch bands, and will NOT require any additional item(s)/product(s) for successful installation. Traditional bands will require a screw OR speed pin in addition to the bands. In the event traditional pins/screws are also needed, such can be found on the accessories page.