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The black plastic ring, w/ white markings (bezel ?), that goes on the metal (dial) which moves around, fell off. Is this part avail., and if so, for how much ?

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  • trawitzki1 Apr 26, 2010

    I need the bezel for a casio amw320d-9ev. Please reply if avail. and for how much. Thanks

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This part is called the bezel, you are correct. They are available to buy as a separate item for certain watches, but not all. You didn't mention what type of watch it was. Most major brands, like Rolex, Omega, Tag Heuer etc all sell bezels for their watches, brands though like Diesel, Rotory, Seiko etc, do not sell bezels as a stand alone item. Should you wish to let me know the make and model of the watch, I will see if I can obtain one, or failing that I will see if I have one that will fit.

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