How to Adjust the Band on a Pulsar Analog Watch

Updated March 23, 2017

Whether you just purchased your Pulsar analogue watch or you have had it for years, it is likely that there will come a time when you need to adjust the band. Adjustments to the watch band are most commonly made to change the way the watch fits, but they can also be used to tighten or loosen the band according to personal style preferences.

Measure the watch band. Put the watch on your wrist and evaluate how many links need to be removed from the band.

Position the watch facedown on a flat surface. On the back of the watch you will see an arrow indicating the direction in which you must push the pins to remove links from the band.

Remove the pins from the links you wish to remove. At the point where the extra links need to be removed to make the watch fit, use the flathead screwdriver to push the pins in the direction of the arrows. You may need to use pliers to remove the pins completely.

Repeat this process to remove any additional links from the Pulsar band.

Things You'll Need

  • 1mm flathead screwdriver
  • Flat-nose pliers
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Writing in both Spanish and English, Martin Adamovic has been covering psychology, marketing, lifestyle and sports since 2009. She has served as a sports journalist for a variety of mobile sports applications in Europe, including General Mobile and Bravo Game Studios. Adamovic holds a B.A. in Spanish and business from the University of Colorado and is currently studying law.