This panel should be removed to get to all of the watch's insides. It is extremely fragile, so use caution when removing it.


No parts required.

  1. Set the watch face down on a flat surface.
    • Set the watch face down on a flat surface.

    • Place the heated iOpener on the face of the rear cover to loosen the adhesive underneath.

    • Gently slide the blue opening pick between the rear cover and the metal casing.

      • The rear cover is extremely fragile. Be very delicate when using the opening pick.

    • Work your way entirely around the rear cover.

      • It may take several attempts of reheating the adhesive to get the rear cover loose enough to pull off.

    • Once the adhesive has been successfully loosened, gently pull the rear cover off.


To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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How does this *rear cover replacement* count as "no parts required"?

Kyle Mitchell - Reply

There are replacement back covers available here. They are plastic and Non-OEM but better than a broken back cover:

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