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I need a new clasp or maybe a new bracelet so how much will this cost.

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My suggestion is to take your watch to any expert watchmaker let him decide either it need clasp or new band. i hope you can get free estimate to fix this issue as well
if you are in chicago we do free estimate
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  2. Step 2 Insert a small pointed tool from your hobby or watch set into the tiny holes on the edge of the bracelet. Insert the tool in the hole at the base of the arrow. You will see two holes on the edge of the band. Both pins need to be removed.
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