Top critical review
6 people found this helpful
For the sake of your sanity you'll want to do ...
on March 15, 2016
For the sake of your sanity you'll want to do the following.
1. Make the pin holes in the straps a tiny bit bigger before you start, otherwise the pin won't go in fully and the strap will come off.
2. Lay the Garmin down on it's face to avoid triggering the touch functions as you try to push the pin in.
3. When replacing the shorter strap, fold the longer one back on itself and wrap with an elastic band otherwise it gets in the way constantly.
4. Listen for the click, but don't assume the pin has gone in properly.
5. The pin is spring loaded. Be ready to catch it when testing if the strap is attached properly.