Question about Fossil ES9596 Wrist Watch
My watch is exactly like the one pictured except the face plate is silver instead of blue. Today the glass seems to have a film on it. I don't see any water drops on the face plate. I have not put it in water lately either. Is there anything I can do? What is wrong with it? thank you
The film is moisture, you may have to remove the back and let if evaporate. You need new seals as it is your sweat that is causing it.
Posted on Feb 09, 2018
This is will take a jeweler or watchmaker to fit with a new crystal.
1st take this watch to the point of purchase and see if they can assist you, sometimes they will surprise you and depending upon the age of the watch may replace.
2nd beyond that usually only independant jewelers will work with fossils, almost all chains will not allow their employees to even change batteries in a Fossil (they are easy to break).
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
I suggest that you locate their nearest store and take it in to them for repair.
Copy "www.fossil.com" into your search engine and you will find a store locator link at the bottom of the page.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
SOURCE: if need new glass front??
you can go to fossil.com and they have a repair site for like thirty bucks you can pay to have any parts repaired guess thats what i will have to do to get a replacement band for my own.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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