Casio Waveceptor wristwatches are high-tech radio watches that keep time by receiving signals from various government agencies. This allows for the Waveceptor to keep the correct time anywhere in the world. However, this is pretty useless if you can't fit the Waveceptor on your wrist. And since the Casio Waveceptor uses a metal band, adjusting it can prove to be a little difficult. However, there is a way to adjust the band yourself and without the help of a watch technician.
Insert the tip of your tweezers into the hole on the bottom of the clasp where the band is connected by a metal pin.
Push down on the top of the pin with your tweezers to pop the pin out of place and remove the band from the clasp. The pin will now be sticking out from the end of the band.
Grab the tip of the pin with your fingers or tweezers and remove it. A metal sleeve will slide off the band along with the pin, revealing a new pin where the sleeve used to be.
Remove this pin to free the metal retainer underneath it. Use your fingers to remove the retainer and free the link in the watch band.
Use your fingers to remove the metal link. If the watch band still doesn't fit, continue the procedure of removing links until the band is the desired size.