It's actually much easier and safer to use a spring bar tool, some users have damaged and cracked their watch trying to use a precision flat head... be warned!
@SmartWatchr Awesome, we all needed this for Moto 360 owners. motorola didn't provide any instructions with the watch I noticed. Also recommend watching the video is well made
I heard that the pebble steel band can actually crack the back of the moto 360....
Thank you for this! Very useful
Very useful, Thanks. Is it true that changing the band can break the watch?
If you aren't careful you could do damage. The reason is that the back of the Moto 360 is very thin plastic so it's fragile. Too much force on it could cause it to crack.
Thanks for the details, have steel pebble band, watch arrives tomorrow!
I'm still not sure about replacing the band... i dont want to crack the back :/
Bring it to a jewelry store and they will do it for you no problem. I'm sure they will also be intrigued about your smartwatch too...
awesome tutorial guys! thanks for taking the time to post this
this is an awesome info! looking forward for more shares!
Awesome, I didn't know other bands can be used for Moto 360!
Apparently this has been happening with even the regular wrist bands for the 360.
Nice job. All i'm missing now is new band to change. And Moto 360
Luckily seems to be about the same process as my original pebble!
Thanks for the tips, loving the info.
Great write up! I followed this and it worked well.
Can't wait to try this... I'm going to try to make my own wrap band though. For fashion lol
Looks great. Can't wait to try it