small sharp knife works ... the pin has retractable ends
“A” not “an” watch bands are traditionally held on with pins( spring pins).
It depends on the band. Most watches I have owned have spring loaded pins. The fitness tracker watch I currently use has pins that screw together and require a #5 torx style driver.
you unbuckle it.
"a" watch band.
Remember in almost all cases "an" is only used when the following words first letter is a vowel. As in: an apple, an orange but not- an book, that would be a book.
See it's easy.
LMAO Jeff !
Most watch bands are held in place by a small spring-loaded pin. (constructed similarly to that telescoping spring loaded rod used to hold a roll of toilet paper in place.)
Use a knife blade to compress that pin and the watch band can easily be removed. The reverse process can be used to install a new band.
Push the pins in with a paper clip or straight pin.
Dare I ask "from where"?