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You can go to any jeweler that handles Bulova watches and talk to them. I don't know if they will have the extra links but they might depending on how popular the watch is. They would also be able to show you other bands that can work for you and that watch.
I've had to get extra links before, especially for ladies SS and gold bands. Sometimes a local dealer will have spares that will fit your watch. But, the best source I've found is Ebay. Let me know if you have the stock band or something else. I'll try to help you locate some extra links, or another replacement band at a modest cost. Thanks, Bill
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mcdevito75 here, Anne Klien, nice watches, Retirn to the place where you purchased the watch and ask for 2--3 extra links for the band, most Brand watches will give 1--2--3-- extra links for free when asked for, but of course there"s no guarantee of them being free. Or you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area to match up the exsisting links or a new band.