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MENS DRESS WATCH

THE SCREW TO THE WRISTBAND FELL OUT. HOW DO I GET A REPLACEMENT?

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  • Anonymous Aug 03, 2008

    I just spent the day at the mall trying to get a new pin for my jacqes lemans watch. Every jewlry store/watch shop said you needed to contact the manufacter for the pin. Their website is useless. Has anyone figured out where to purchase these pins? Thanks.

  • jenniferapal Oct 10, 2008

    I also need a pin to fix my wrist watch. No one has been able to help me.

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Most good jewellers carry a huge selection of these screws - if they don't then they will certainly be able to order one. Hope this helps :)

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