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Re: Need New Watch Band
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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This band requires a pair of band pliers to pull out a U shaped tab that connect the two links. Sometimes you can get a small screw driver in to start the tab coming out and pull it the rest of the way out with a pair of pliers. The tab is located in the middle. You'll note that, if you look at the side of the band, there are three layers of metal. The tab is in the middle and slides out. If you look at the inside of the band, the side that would be on your wrist, you will see the slot that the watch plier would fit into to start sliding the tab out. * I do not recommend this repair for the layperson. I suggest seeing a watch maker/technician.
The arrows you are seeing are for sizing the band. I cannot find 26311SS in my data base, but I have a good idea what you need to do. The curved piece is a safty that goes over the clasp. Take something like a round toothpick and with the curved piece going to the right like this: ( put the toothpick under the far lefthand side, in the middle and see if you can pry it up ,( I say use a tooth pick so not to scratch up your watch) it should flip over to the right.Check and see if there are any spring loaded buttons on either side of the clasp, if there is push them in ,and lift to your left If there is no buttons just pry up towards your left. If this dosn't work PLEASE let me know, and I will find the exact watch and we can go from there. Good luck!!
They are made by the LP Watch Group, from their website:
"The LP Watch Group has been handcrafting fine watches for generations. Founded in 1923 in Switzerland, by the Lucien Piccard family, the timepieces of the LP Watch Group have adorned royalty, dignitaries and celebrities world-wide.
Today, The LP Watch Group has repositioned itself for the 21st Century as a leader in the branded watch arena by collaborating with new young and talented designers offering some of the most innovative designs in the world. We have combined art and fashion with superior technology and handcrafted quality.
The LP Watch Group continues to provide old world craftsmanship in our classic watch designs, as well as technically innovative and boldly styled watches for our LP Italy Collections. Timepieces from the LP Watch Group are manufactured in materials such as 14 and 18 karat gold, sterling silver and Italian stainless steel. Diamonds and precious stones of the highest quality are incorporated into many of the watch styles.
Originally renowned for its classic gold precision timepieces, in recent years The LP Watch Group has broadened its lines to incorporate distinct collections such as LP Italy?, Lucien Piccard?, and many others."
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