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How or where do I get a new watch strap for above.

Duplicate straps for a great many inexpensive fashion watches are not available and either a universal strap or bracelet used or the whole watch discarded or replaced. Sometimes a junk shop or thrift shop will yield something salvaged that could resemble the original. Sometimes jewellers and watch repairers collect junk watches for parts so asking around locally could bear fruit.

More expensive watches might have replacement straps or bracelets available from the manufacturer or dealer for a limited time as a spare part.

Replacement straps or bracelets should be available for the best watches from the manufacturer for a considerable time.

Unless your watch is a Rolex or an Omega or similar I suggest you start your search at your local watch repair shop.

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I need to buy new bracelet

mcdevito75 here, BEST BET for your Ebel watch, look for a small watch repair shop in your area, to order a new bracelet.

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Replacement/repair of Puma #PU100041004 Watch Leather bracelet

mcdevito75 here, You can try to contact Puma watches online, try Puma or look for a small watch repair shop in your area for replacement strap.

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Puma PU100041004 Watch Black Leather bracelet replacement/repair

mcdevito75 here, BEST BET, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for a replacement band.

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After buying this model watch bracelet links are rusted and torn with one year of purchasing. When i took that watch to the show room where i purchased. They kept it for 40 days saying that they has to...

mcdevito75 here, Many watches built today are not comming out with replacement Bands (straps, Bracelets) from the factory, the cost of makeing and keeping extra bands on hand is too high, they should at least have a few extra links to replace worn ones. Chances are your warantee is over on the watch and in that case, you"ll have to find another band, Bracelet on your own. Best Bet, visit a small watch repair shop in your area for another bracelet, band, Strap.

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How do you remove the end link?

take it to a repairer is my advice. but if you want to try you need a very lite hammer a very fine nail and a block to place the bracelet on its side. see what i do need the correct tools for this job as you may scratch the watch or damage the pins and barrels in the the watch on the side place and you should see the pin thats holding the bracelet section hit the pin on top with the very fine nail and it should push the pin through the bracelet you have to do this twice also there will be either 1 or 2 barrels inside the bracelet when you knock through dont loose these ..but you will be in tears by now as you have prob damaged your bracelet repair could be 200.oo .....instead of 20.oo to remove links....

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My gunmetal titanium band (only half of the band is broken, what do I need to get it repaired or replaced???

some watches provides bracelet parts to replace, like rado, tissot etc...otherwise you have to replace whole bracelet, as per my experience titanium cant be solder nor repair

Feb 23, 2010 | Skagen Signature Mesh watch

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Got a wine colored stretch band that the pieces of the band fell off

I'm sorry to tell you there is no way you can fix it yourself. (Special tools are needed to fix). Visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask for help. note, please: As my answer is negative to you, it is positive to your bracelet (band), so rate me accordingly.

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Adjust expandable watch bands- Timex watch

Most expandable watch bands aren't sizable. IF it is sizable you will be able to tell when you stretch the bracelet out. If it looks like you can unlatch the links when you stretch it out then you might be in luck, but like I said, most are not sizable.

Dec 29, 2008 | Seiko Diver's Watch

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Taking links out of a tag watch

TAG Link watches has very distinctive bracelets, but there is the price to pay for it- as they do wear out it's almost impossible to repair and costly replacement is needed.
In your case: open the clasp first and check if the bracelet end links has holes on sides. If yes, then find which end of the pin is split or have groove in it. This end Must come out first! Use small hammer and hardened steel pin to drive bracelet pins out.
When assembling bracelet back together, note that the pins MUST go back exactly the same way as they came out (blunt end first in and split end last).

Good luck


Dec 25, 2007 | Tag Heuer 2000 CN1110.BA0337 Wristwatch

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