I see spring bar is easy to access from outside but can't get it to move enough to release . It just pops back into hole .
I know there must be some technique / tool to use without damaging case
you'll have to pop one side of the spring bar out first and slightly rotate the end link so the spring bar doesn't pop back in. Then repeat on the other side and it should come right out... make sure you have a spring bar tool, otherwise you'll scratch up the case. the real fun starts when you want to put the bracelet back on!
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