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If the watch is under warranty it would cost you $32.00 to have it fixed. you can follow this link for more information: http://www.skagen.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContentView?storeId=37082&page=customerCare_warrantyRepairs&nav=leftNav_CustomerCare&langId=-1&catalogId=26505
The other option is to go to a professional watch repair person to replace or buff out the crystal if it's just scratched. The fees are around $25 - $50 since that watch has a mineral crystal. I hope this helps!
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The best place to get a Skagen band is direct from them. I am forwarding you a link to help you out! Best regards!!<br />
try sending it to skagen they can fix your watch and you will still be covered under there lifetime warranty!
p.s. the manuals are all on this site as well!! thanks!
izzi, I assume you have a snap back back that won't snap back in place. I had the same problem with a Timex EXpedition. The solution should be similar. See my post"
and also the site I reference there.