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Before you set about removing any watch links, it is necessary to measure your watch band so you know exactly how many links you will need to remove. To do this:
Check the back of the strap for arrows which indicate the direction in which the pins will push out. You will want to push the pins through in the direction that the arrows are pointing.
Lay the watch band across the link removal tool (underside up so the arrows are visible). Make sure that the arrows are pointing away from the pin pusher.
Line up the pin pusher with the pin hole of the link you want to take out. Once in place, rotate the handle clockwise to bring the pusher towards and into the pin hole. Once in place keep rotating the handle until the pin pushes out.
You should be able to push the pin 2 or 3mm and then pull it out from the other side using your hand.
Once the pin has been pushed as far it can go, grip the pin between your fingers and pull it out the rest of the way until the pin has been removed completely.
Remove the link's second pin. Repeat the pin removal process on the link's other pin. When you have finished, you should have two pins ready to use later.
If you need to, remove another link on the other side of the clasp, using the same process. When you have removed as many links as you need to, you are ready to join the bracelet back together.
Once the desired number of links have been removed, you will need to reconnect the band. To do this, hold the links together and replace the pin with your fingers in the opposite direction to the arrows.