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If you are mildly particular... you can check out your nearby and local watch repair on internet sites... I have trusted YELP for a long time... simply because they TOOK OUT the skillfully-challenged twerp who scratched up the wife's antique 18k gold Omega case with a BOX-KNIFE.
Additionally there are great watch repair shops for your (Breitling) high end chronometers/chronographs on Post Street in San Francisco... JD Watchworks, (210 Post St, Ste 506, San Francisco, CA · (415) 397-0310... without a moments hesitation...
My favorite place outside of New York, New York (Concord Impresario)... unless of course you are looking for a Suisse vacation... Heuer and Rado need to go home for proper respect!
Good luck with that...
Very expensive and time consuming (but a serene experience... if you take yourself along (but you will be forever... very particular)).
Lucerne, Suisserland... Oh my... yes!
but hey... what do I know?
I like Columbus, Ohio... Hershey Pennsylvania, San Diego, Plano...Seattle... Boston
You can replace this band with any other leather band that will fit the mm specifications of the watch.
If you are familiar and comfortable with eBay, you can order a band off of eBay. However, the only way to buy a watch band and be sure it is authentic Cartier is to buy it directly from Cartier or an authorized dealer.
mcdevito75 here, The movement number tells all, but I would figure the yaer somewhere in the 80"s and value at $250----$350.-- Accutron very collectable watch. Look for a small watch repair shop in your area for more accurate info. Hope this hepls.
mcdevito75 here, Yes and No, While any sharp, sudden, or very hard motion of your hand, wrist or arm can hurt a watch, it seldom does, most of the time you"d have to actually bang the watch against a hard surface, Wall, Floor etc to effct the movement, and usually you just scratch the crystal or caseing. .
Who ever told you that story about throwing it away should not be in the business of repairing watches. I have the same problem and googled Lucienpiccardusa.com. They do lifetime battery replacement and some general servicing according to your warrenty. From what I read on their web site you only pay for the shipping charges.