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Fossil watch JR8612

The face of the watch fell off when the snaps came unsnapped and was lost.  Where can you find the watch part without the bands?

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You can purchase just the watch face at most Fossil Store locations as well as on line at Fossil.com. They are marketed under the "watch bar" catagory. Make sure you know the the correct size of your strap in order to get a watch face that fits. Outlets have great prices on the watch bar items.

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