Question about Skagen Watches
Where can I send the watch to replace the covering over the dial. I was told it is supposed to be scratchless!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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just solved the mystery...U probably have too ..by now....but just in case..
here is a fun link to the solution by an actual user....was actually inspired by him...coz like I said I had mispaced the manual...
I just used my nail file and lifted the locking mechanism and moved it forward...Now I can sleep better tonite....!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: how to adjust a metal watch band
mcdevito75 here, Best bet since you would need a couple of tools to adjust the band size is to look for a small watch repair shop in your area to save on the cost, the cost of a shop to adjust the band is about the same as the tools needed, since these adjustments are in frequent let the watch repiar shop do the job.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
try this website its directly to skagen! they can replace your band.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
Usually you would need a watchmakers press for closing the watch back. Without proper tools it is quite difficult, but you can try the following. Take a leather belt and lay it flush on an even, solid surface (stable table will do). Undo the strap (both ends) from watch case by pushing spring bars inwards with pen knife. Lay the watch crystal face down on the leather belt. Belt must be wider than watch itself and the leather must be quite hard and even, not soft. Find the small groove on watch case back and align it very carefully to the watch's winding stem, so, the stem goes directly in the middle in protrusion. Slightly push the case back into the watch case at that groove point and gradually apply pressure with fingers going all way around the case back. Use your body weight if needed. You should hear "click" sound when the case back jumps in to place. If this does not work, there is no other way, but to go and see watchmaker. Hope it will work for you.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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