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My hugo boss watch clasp will not come undone, how do i fix it!! One of the clasps is stuck and the other isn't!

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go to this link and find your nearest Movado Group(they make and repair the watches) service centre; http://a3.geoserve.com/scripts/esrimap.dll?Name=L&Com=fo&Db=DLRMovall&Ds=Movado&Filt=User4%20LIKE%20'_S%25' They can probably answer your question over the phone or e-mail, if not they certainly could if you could get the watch inspected. Most jewellers would also probably know - sometimes the serial number can be marked inside the watch, but I found no information online about your model that discusses this. Hope this helps, hope it's real :)

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SOURCE: clasp on rolex president comes unlatched.

there is a little flange on the clasp that can be bent to make it snap tightly.  Most jewelers will do this service for free while you wait. 

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The newer straps on TAG are generally wider than the professional series and the cost of a new genuine TAG heuer clasp or bracelet may easily exceed the costof buying an entire watch of that series used.
I recommend searching for an after-market strap/ buckle usuing your case back numbers as the search criteria.

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