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The Monster pin and collar system is probably the least loveable things about the watch. I've owned several, and I never was able to size the bracelet without losing at least one collar, and sometimes more. However, once the bracelet was properly sized, it held remarkably well.
Yep. Screws or cotter pins are a far better solution. Dunno about Seiko, but the bracelets on some Citizen Promaster models, as well as every Rado with ceramic links, have that contraption. I don't know who invented the pin and collar system, but I firmly believe they should be tried for crimes against humanity.
See? How fucking easy is that??
“I hit one of the buttons, and an ‘orange’ light came on... So, I also turned a few knobs and started pressing a bunch of other buttons and now there’s no power. And engine is making a ‘weird‘ noise. Also, is there any Gatorade left in the driver hydration unit, ‘cause every time I press the ‘drink‘ button the transmission up shifts?”