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    Default Re: Could you remove your wristband without damaging it (much)?

    week 1 yes - week 2 I cut it off

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    yes

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    I used some cutters and managed to snap the plastic clean and pry it open. I couldn't get the cloth out without damaging it with those teeth though without help so I cut the other side too. Seemed pretty secure this year, I was impressed. Coupled with having to scan it to exit probably kept the gate crashers down too. Very nice design.
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    2012 Wristbands, just needed a little thought. All you had to do was twist. I'll leave it at that.
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    Ahh thank you that was so simple!

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    I bit it the first weekend and used pliers the second weekend

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    Twist method works wonders. Seriously.

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    Default Re: Could you remove your wristband without damaging it (much)?

    eh i'm too lazy. cut it
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    Default Re: Could you remove your wristband without damaging it (much)?

    I used the twist method also. Was able to take it completely off, then put it back on without damaging the plastic teeth.

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    Default Re: Could you remove your wristband without damaging it (much)?

    Mine must not have been on too tight because I slipped it off without too much trouble. One other person in my group was able to do this, the rest had to cut them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by microcuts View Post
    Twist method works wonders. Seriously.
    I concur.
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    Smooches. =)

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