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[* black] Every watch needs to have an exit strategy. Just like batteries, straps eventually wear out, and (just like batteries) should be user-replaceable.
[* black] The LG G Watch has a more [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtPde-M5Xz0|traditional], but trickier, strap removal process than the [guide|27038|Samsung Gear Live|stepid=66762] (and [guide|23990|Gear 2|stepid=61466]). Instead of pulling a built-in pin, you'll need to to compress the spring with a thumbnail, [product|IF145-020-5|precision tweezers], or a handy [http://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Swiss-Army-Midnite-Manager/dp/B001S0GP50/|Swiss Army Knife] blade.
[* black] The LG G Watch has a more [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtPde-M5Xz0|traditional], but trickier, strap removal process than the [guide|27038|Samsung Gear Live|stepid=66762] (and [guide|23990|Gear 2|stepid=61466]). Instead of pulling a built-in pin, you'll need to to compress the spring with a thumbnail, [product|IF145-020-5|precision tweezers], or a handy [http://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Swiss-Army-Midnite-Manager/dp/B001S0GP50/|Swiss Army Knife] blade.
[* icon_note] Think of it like a tiny [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/FGZMOBUHCF6UUGXT.large|toilet paper roll holder|new_window=true]. It helps, we promise.