Replacement crystal for Skagen 590SGS ladies wrist watch
Sorry about accidentally semding the prior incomplete posting.
This crystal has a thin, about 0.5mm, gold ring or edge around the edge of the crystal. When looking at the watch crystal it looks like a clear crystal with a gold border all around the crystal edge that then contrasts with the silver steel case metal.
Does anyone know where a replacement crystal can be found? I would buy two, if they can be found.
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Re: Replacement crystal for Skagen 590SGS ladies wrist...
The orignal rim which you require is not available with the company service center.as you will have to get it made by some professional jweller as it will look different or you will have to take it to the dealer of the store from where you have bought as he will provide you wih some other variety of rim.near to matching your orignally as the exact rim is not available in company inself.
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If the watch is under warranty it would cost you $32.00 to have it fixed. you can follow this link for more information: http://www.skagen.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContentView?storeId=37082&page=customerCare_warrantyRepairs&nav=leftNav_CustomerCare&langId=-1&catalogId=26505
The other option is to go to a professional watch repair person to replace or buff out the crystal if it's just scratched. The fees are around $25 - $50 since that watch has a mineral crystal. I hope this helps!
This sounds rather unusual, as flexing the wrist can pull the pins out of the lugs but should not damage the crystal.
If it is still under warranty, then take it to a local dealer for watch.
I suspect that you have a rigid strap and this puts a strain on the watch. I gave up using leather straps 30 years ago because of continual troubles like yours (a flexible bracelet will prevent this) and have never had any similar problems ever since .
If you have to pay for a new crystal, then investing in an expanding braceletshould be considered.
try sending it to skagen they can fix your watch and you will still be covered under there lifetime warranty!
p.s. the manuals are all on this site as well!! thanks!