Question about Watches
My son gained weight after buying this fossil watch. We need another link to make the band larger. I don't have the extra link. Where can I get this fixed or can I order the part and take it to a jewelry store.
My experience with Fossil has been poor customer service support for the items they sell. I could even get a flat normal crystal replaced. You can call and wait for customer service. You can also buy another one of the same model on Ebay and use the proper tools to cannibalize the links from another of the same model. You will need pin pusher tools to remove the links and replace them. Do a Google search on watch link removal to learn how this is done.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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