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Need New Watch Band

I need a new back leather Lucien Piccard watch band - the original one that came with my watch is about to rip in half!

Where can I purchase one?

Thanks,
Linda

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I have repaired watches like this before. I advised u to go to www.the watchery.com and www.lucienpiccardusa.com or www.ebay.com. there u can buy and choose branded lucien piccard watch band.let me know if u see what u wanted...

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