Question about Kenneth Cole Watches
My watch strap has broken. Where can I get a new one
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Watch strap
Please call this number 1-718-7298600 x 272, order a strap for kc1232, usually it takes you 7 days to receive this strap, and there will be four new screws comes with your order, I believe it cost you $18.00 to have new strap.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
Hi, try this - it worked for me. Use a needle to poke the ends of the watch strap axel (at the end and running across the strap). This should then allow you to lit the silver panels at the top and bottom of the watch face off. The axel should then slide out. I did this by pushing one end of it through with a needle so that the other end poked out enough to pull it out with a paid of pliers.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
idiots. A Seiko band replacement from a watch dealer will cost as much as a new Seiko. Get another watch unless a generic replacement can be found. Lots of watches have proprietary bands that are often unavailable after a few years so steer clear of watches with exotic bands only replaceable by the brand that sold it to you. Vinyl bands in proprietary form like the Oakley stuff is garbage but trendy. Buy a watch where buying a band is no problem; where you don't have to go to the company that makes the watch to sell you one at an outrageous price or have them tell you they don't supply them anymore at any price.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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
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