Unfortuantely, every manufacturer uses their own measuring points.
The most common however, is to measure from 3 o'clock to 9 o'clock. on the outeromst portion of the case. Do not include the crown or buttons.
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At the point where the strap attaches to the watch - take a ruler (with metric on it) and measure the mili-meters (MM's) between the LUGS (points of attachment). That will give you the size of your band.
You can measure the opening in mm width and depth and look online the sizes are very common, it will most likely be a 377 364 or 395 batter. What i mean is measure in mm where the battery goes and depth of batter. Many charts online will tell you what battery or you can send me measurements. hope that helps!!
In case service center is telling that they don't have glass for your watch then tell them that you are going to approach the HQs of casio and complain regarding this service center that they are not keeping parts for most of the products. This trick works most of the time. Secondly, you can contact any of the local glass experts in your city alongwith your watch. They can measure and cut out a piece of glass for your watch or also you can contact any of local watch maker who can check out if he has any glass piece measuring the same size.
mcdevito75 here, Ebay would be your best bet, or a flea market in your area. Or you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area. One thing, you"ll need to know the size of the watch lugs, this is where the strap/band attaches to the watch in milimeters, most rulers have a milimeter scale along with the usuall USA measureing scale, simply count the milimeters between the lugs to get your strap.band size in MM.
mcdevito75 here, You can but a new strap for your Fissil watch almost any where, Ebay, or you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area as they would have the watch right there for a perfect fit. With anything else you"ll need to know the MM size of your strap. As the strap attaches to the watch case at the pins, simply measure in MM"s this is the size of the band you need, if you can only measure in Standard Measurement use the search online for conversion Inches to MM. But with a watch shop they do everything for you.
mcdevito75 here, Ebay is your best bet for the Leather band for your Cartier watch, but! you:ll need to know the MM size of the band. Measure the width of the band just as it hooks onto your watch, use a ruler, most rulers have both the MM scale and American, if your ruler has only the American mmeasurement use the online Standard to MM calculator for the MM size from the American or standard measurement. Carefully measure the width of the band just as it hooks onto the watch, count the segments in the ruler either each MM or each 16 th of an inch, convert to MM then look on ebay for the strap.
Put the watch face down and examine the point where the band is connected to the watch case. you will find two holes and through them you will see sprinbar ends insertyed into watch case lugs. Take the tiny screwdriver and push the springbar end inwards,then do the same at the other lug reaching them through those holes. Then repeat the same at the other end of the band. Measure the distance between watch case lugs- this will be exact size for your new leather band.