Yes. I have a cheap android watch tool set and I used those one to take the pins out. I used a hammer and a little ouch and they came out find. The trick is you have to take the pins out a center way. There are arrows in the bracelet on what way you are supposed to extracted the pins. I tried the other way and it does not work. They did bend everytime when taking them out the wrong way. And then you have to remember what way they go back in that's all and they work fine. Good luck.Lol !!! You must have got lucky. Seriously, it seems many people who purchased the titanium bracelet had some serious problems removing/adding links. Like the pins were welded in place. Glad you didn't have any problems with yours. They are nice pieces and represent great value for the materials and movement you're getting. Very light and comfortable to wear.
Anyway, maybe take some time to browse the link below, read the reviews and have a laugh over the grief you avoided.
Invicta 50mm TI-22 Automatic Titanium Bracelet Watch
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