Note: this page is only relevant for watch bands that are attached with pushpins/spring bars (and therefore no screws).
By changing your watch band, you can make your watch look like new again within a few minutes.
Before the new watch band can be installed, the old one must be removed. This can be done by means of the pushpins. These pushpins connect your belt with both sides of the watch case. See the video above.
Some watch bands have easy pushpins, for example bands of the brands Cluse and Fossil. Because there is an extra pin, it can be removed more easily. By moving this pin to the left, the band automatically pops loose. In the next video you will be guided through the process of changing your watch band with an easy pushpin. The steps below the video only apply to watch bands without an easy pushpin. These can therefore be left out of consideration.
Steps - disassembling a watch band with (regular) pushpins
Steps - installing a watch band with (regular) pushpins
Last but not least, also Swatch bands can be replaced. This is done in a different way than other brands. See the video below for instructions.
Another type of watch band is a Nato watch band. Although this type of band is completely different from the other watch bands described above, a Nato band can also easily be disassembled. See the video below.
If you are unable to remove your old watch band or fasten the new one, you can always contact us. We are happy to help you.