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Screws fell out of band

Diesel mdl dz4112 band is held on by screws and they fell out where do i get more?

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All the screws used in watchmaking are very specialized and usually custom made for every specific watch model. You will not be able to by them anywhere, so, the only solution is to find your nearest watchmaker shop and ask for the new screws. Expect to pay around $5-$7 for each screw (based on prices in U.K.)
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