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My husband got a fossil watch for a 15 year service from his place of employment, one of the stems (pin) came out of the band and I am trying to locate one to fix the band. thanks

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The best thing to do is the next time you go to the mall take it and ask one of the people in those little watch booths if they have one that'd fit. they shouldn't even charge you.

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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