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Ive got a watch but the pins have fallen out so the watch is in two pieces...do you supply the pins?

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No, we are NOT a store. THis is a community of consumers (like you).
If its just a pin you need, I would find a local watchmaker who should have most pins in stock. If this is not available, then you can try to contact DKNY at the following link, but you will have to be able to be specific with info about your watch (you will need to give them the info on the back of the watch)
Best regards!

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