How to Change a Seiko Watch Band (w/ Tubes and Pins)
Watch Brand: Seiko (tubes and pins)
*Same video and installation applies for all Seiko models that install with small tubes (pipes) and pins*
Fits Watch Models: 77N39-0A70,HOWEVER -*Same video and installation applies for all Seiko models with tubes and pins* Band Part Number: 33C3ZG
Tools Used: Small Hammer (HAM-430.14), Watch Band Pin Remover Tool (PSH-200.70), Flat Nose Plier (PLR590.05) , Nylon Die Watch Holder, tweezers.
Place the watch case firmly on the Nylon Die Watch Holder so that the pin hole of the casing on the watch is visible.
Remove the current band on the watch by placing the tip of the Watch Band Pin Remover Tool in the hole of the case, where the pin is located.
Use the Small Hammer to drive the pin out by hammering the Watch Band Pin Remover Tool until the pin is visible on the opposite side for removal.
Use the Flat Nose Plier (or Tweezers) to grasp and remove the pin from the band. Be sure to remove the small tubes with the tweezers from the casing of the watch as well.
For instillation of the new band, place the case of the watch firmly on the Nylon Die Watch Holder for support. Step 6: BEFORE the band is in place, use the Tweezers to place the small tube in pin hole of one side of the case. *Make sure the pin is placed on the OPPOSITE side of where the tube was placed, for correct installation*.
Once the pin hole of the band lines up with the pin hole of the watch case, place the pin in both pin holes and gently hammer the pin with the Small Hammer until the band is secured. *** Repeat steps for second pin attachment.