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I need to replace a fossil watch band

I need to replace my am3877 leather band fossil watch with a new band but i would like to have a metal band instead. which one is compatible with this model?

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Re: i need to replace a fossil watch band

You should visit to watch store in your vicinity. They will direct you in a better way.

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Re: i need to replace a fossil watch band

Call foleys or dillards and ask for the number to the company
and thy can assist you

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