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Where to buy just the strap retaining loop for a M3000.

I need a new strap retaining loop for a black M3000 Navy Seal watch. Not a new strap, just the encircling band that through age has split and torn. Any idea where I can buy just this small rubber loop?

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Saltzman's-watches.com sells keepers.

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That part is called a Keeper and not easily available ...the company that manufactures the bands does not sell it separately so you would have to buy the complete band to get it...or you could try to find somewhere that would sell you a clean used one...good luck

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