Here are instructions for how to change the band on a Nike Hammer watch. The hammer, a broad sporty digital model with a wide band, displays all you need to know: time ,date and day, AM/PM indicator, alarm, ad a count up/count down timer, all on a reversed LCD screen. The Hammer is a giant watch with a very large band and in spite of this, it still looks very proportional, ruggedly handsome and has a comfortable fit. Another very important feature is that the band to the watch is secured by a lock in the band loop which ensures that it will not come out by mistake. A Nike hammer comes with different colored bands and you can change the band as many times as you want to get a new look each time.
To change the band on Nike hammer watch, you will need:
- Spring bar tool
- Colored band, color of your choice
- Your Nike hammer watch
The step by step procedure to change the band on your Nike hammer watch:
- Using a screw driver, undo the four screws joining the band to the case of the watch. Make sure you use the appropriate size of screw driver to remove the band. Carefully, keep the screws on a safe place.
- Prepare to install the band on to the watch. Place the new band in sync with the case to confirm accuracy of placement.
Arrange the four screws carefully, securing the case with the band.
Tighten the four screws with the help of the screwdriver, onto the case over the band.
- Put it on the wrist to check the fit. Your new watch or rather, the old one with a new look, is ready to be worn.
While changing the band, you must be careful to ensure that it is an original Nike hammer band and not any other replacement band. It goes a long way in ensuring that you are not devoid of and continue to get the durability, comfort and the wide, strong and sturdy look you associate with your special Nike Hammer watch. Also, be sure to use the right type of screwdriver to dislodge the screws. You do not want to end up harming the case or the dial of your Nike Hammer watch.
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