I have a DKNY ladies silver watch #110507? and I lost 2-3 links. The watch now does not fit my wrist and all the repair shops I go to, suggest that I order those links online. Not sure how to??
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most of this kind of watch can be open by a skilled repair man using a knife, you can try it. but the hard part is not opening it but closing in the cover. it is close by pressing in at the sides of the watch. Better to see a repair man for this.
mcdevito75 here, It"s possible the battery could be so ever slightly loose, or the battery could be weak and need changeing. Also possible, the quartz mechanism could be going bad and movement of the watch while wearing it keeps it going, with the watch off your wrist and at rest, it's just to weak to keep moving on it"s own. Best Bet is to look for a small watch repair shop in your area and have them check out your watch.
Your best bet is to contact DKNY to see if they can replace it for you. Other then that, I would try a local jeweler.
Here is a link for the DKNY service center:
Could be a number of different ways. Some newer watches have multiple clasps that make it easier for you to adjust it yourself. Check the bottom of the band for extra clasps.
Without seeing the watch I have no idea what type of links you have. I suggest taking it to a reputable watch repair shop and have them adjust it for you! It will save you the frustration of having to search for a small screw or pin if it should fall on the floor!
DKNY is typically a quartz movement and doesn't have a "winder". I believe the part you are referring to is the crown. The watch may have stopped working for several reasons. The first three things I would suspect is that the battery died, the watch is in the set position, or the movement was damaged when the crown was coming off. If the watch is in the set position then pushing the stem in will cause the watch to run. The next thing to do is to replace the battery since it is only a few bucks. If it runs then you can replace the crown and your set. If it doesn't run I would suggest replacing the movement along with the crown and that you will have to price and see if it is within reason since this type of repair wont be covered under warranty. Depending on the model of DKNY you may have to go through DKNY for the part. Remember that they are manufactured by Fossil. You could save yourself a lot of time by going to your local watch repair shop.