Question about Bulova Watches
Stainless steel, black,rubber strap , analog face
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had exactly the same problem with exactly the same model watch, and it happened to me twice. The AQ-160 is the important part of the model number as far as replacement parts are concerned. The first time, I took it to the shop where I bought the watch, and they replaced the band, but it cost me $50. The second time, I looked up the Web for the master agent for Casio in Australia, and they said I could buy the end piece, not the whole band, for $6. I found I could replace it quite easily myself by using a drawing pin to remove the spring pin that holds it together. A bit fiddly to reassemble but not too bad. In fact, I didn't wait for the new part to arrive, just used the unbroken end of the old band. So now I have a repaired band plus the old band and a new end piece, in case it ever happens again.
I really like this watch, but it is a pity the bands are so weak.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
As long as it's not a strap exclusive to your watch, you should be able to take it to any jeweler who sells watches or a watch selling kiosk in a mall. I wouldn't take it to a store like Wal-Mart, just because they have no requirements for their employee's to know a crown from a clasp, for them to work in the jewelry area.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
SOURCE: Hi there. I received a
Hello there, the only way to change the date on this watch is manually. You have to pull the crown out (the only "pin" on the side there) and then push it back in half way. Then you should be able to twist the crown (try both directions to see which one advances it) and it will change the date. They actually made two variatioons of the SA4.134.33, one that allows you to change the date this way and one that has to have it set manually. If yours does not advance the date by pressing in half way and turning it then you will need to pull the crown out as far as it will go and just adjust the time manually forward until it advances the date... every 24 hours it will go forward one day, just keep turning it until you get to the desired date.
Thanks so much, please reply to my answer here with any questions you have.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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