Question about Watches
Just about any qualified jewler that sells watches will either be able to do the work or refer you to someone that can. The crystal shouldnt have to be removed. The case back comes off and then a retainer ring of plastic or metal comes off. The crown is removed and the movement should come out. I wouldnt suggest you try it yourself as jewlers use special tools and jigs to attach hands. Cost shouldnt be too bad depending on the jewler.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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