Question about Nike Oregon WA0022-005 Wrist Watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replacement band for nike watch
I wear the smaller, womens' version of the Nike Oregon. Nice watch. I was attracted to it by the replaceable battery feature, but found out the strap goes long before the battery and the joy of ownership goes out the window with the price of Nike wrist-band replacement. I held onto my broken banded watch for awhile, and came up with a solution. First, don't try removing the screws that secure the watch-band pins. Not sure how they work, but I tried several times without luck. Even had a jeweler look at it without success.
I went to Kohl's and purchased a black velcro Timex replacement band for $8. Again this is the for the smaller version of the Oregon. The width of the timex band in 3/4". It includes a elastic band to secure the watch. This elastic band runs under the back of the watch and over the two pins. It is secured to a faux leather tab (with emblems), which is in turn attached to the velco band. Using a razor knife, I detached the faux leather pad from the velcro band and ran it under the watch pins, then reattached it with a touch of Gorilla glue. Be careful to wipe off any excess as Gorilla glue expands as it dries. Finally I blacked out the Timex advertising with a black felt permanent marker.
No reason to think this wouldn't work on the larger, mens' version of the same watch.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Follow this link:
Click on FAQ and find the answer: ''What would I do if my strap brakes?''
Then find the nearest service center to you and order strap.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2009
If you go to their web site, (www.nike.com/timing) you will find a store locator on the "Support" page.
You should be able to find your nearest store. If there isn't a convenient one then you could send your watch to a service center.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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