Question about Watches
Generally, it is cheaper just to replace the watch movement than trying to fix components in a watch. Typically, coils get nicked or scraped and damaged. I don't think you will find just a coil to purchase. Most complete movements are available for less than $20.
I guess if you want to replace the coil yourself, then you could buy a movement, remove the coil and put in you old watch. But then why not just put in the new movement. Your decision, but Good Luck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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