Unlike the original Pebble, the Pebble Steel comes with a proprietary band design that makes it a bit harder to change out. You'll also find that you won't be able to stick on just any old band — which is definitely a downer. Thankfully the Pebble Steel does come with a matching metal band as well as a black leather band so you can at least have two options to roll with. Hopefully at some point down the line there will be some others made available as well.
When it comes to changing the band it's not as easy as popping out the pin and pulling the band off. You'll need to unscrew the pin that holds the band in order to get it off of the watch. For this you'll need a small precision screwdriver (3/64 will do it).
Looking at the band you should be able to see on side that has the screw end, so just carefully put the screwdriver in and loosen the screw. Once you get it all the way out (you may need some tweezers or needle-nose to grab it) then just pull out the pin and the band will come off. Do this for both sides, then reverse the process to attach the new band.
Check out the video above for a full walkthrough, but as long as you have the right tools you can save yourself a trip to the jeweler.
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