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Most jewelry stores--or even jewelry counters in department and discount stores like Walmart--keep a supply of replacement screws for when one is lost while changing a watch band. Ask around, show them your watch, and you may even get the right screw for free!
Replacing the spring pin is not a problem, however for the band to look as it did originally, the end piece, or end tab - which is now missing, must be replaced. These parts are generally proprietary. You can order one from your local Certified Master Horologist.
You may also consider contacting Luminox. Sometimes, the manufacturers run out of these parts and the whole band must be ordered because that is all that is available.
you will need sharp needle nose pliers and a small ering pin (the part that goes thru the ear) use your needle nose pliers and grabing the ear pin pushe the pin that holds one of your wrist band then finish pulling the pin with the needle nose pliers all the way add the extra band and insert the pin with your fingers first then finish with pliers
are you talking about the band pins or the lug pins? most watch repair stations will have lugs and pins, and will replace for about $5...any more and you will be getting ripped off. Lug pins are a pain and unless you have the proper lug tools, you can end up scratching the finish of the watch...be careful!
You just have to to see the watchmaker. As all watch band screws are made to particular bracelet, it's allmost impossible to find the right one if you are not in watch repair business. It will not cost too much and will save your time and nerves if you'll ask the watchmaker.
Find your nearest watchmaker and ask for help.
The easiest is to bring it to Wal-Mart, or another store with a watch section in their store, if you buy a new wrist band, they;ll put it on for free. If you're feeling DIY, pull the watch band to the side, untill the metal bar inside is ejected form the slot in the watch, from there, insert the new band's bar into the slot, and voila!
You should be able to purchase a replacement band at any local watch dealer. They will need to measure the width of the band where it connects to the watch, and then can offer you a variety of styles to choose from for a nominal cost.