I've got a Field & Stream wrist watch, model number F33FOBGKVK. I'm having trouble finding a replacement strap for this watch. The model F61GD looks the closest to my watch but it is not exactly the same. Any ideas as to where I might be able to find a replacement strap?
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first i have to know your location. but this model of armani watch strap is can be replace by any brand of strap not only armani brand but if you like a armani strap brand, you have to order it at authorized retailer of armani watch. i hope this will help you.
If it doesn't take a traditional strap you will probably have to contact Fossil. They like very much to make different looking watches and alot of the times part, if available , will only come from them. Their number is 1-800-449-3056
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You an change the batteries of your field and stream wrist wach by going to the back and gently getting the flip covering the backside of the wrist watch and there you will see the battery which needs replacement, you know replace the old battery with a new one recommended for field and stream F116GWBS
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You will have to get a complete clasp assembly, which will have to be ordered from the factory that makes that model. If the clasp assembly is not available, A jeweler might have that part or be able to repair it for you.
I would scrap the strap - the odours are caused by the tanning chemicals getting wet.
Retain the fastening and purchase half a meter of nylon ribbon loop it through the case pegs on one side glue them together and pierce for buckle holes.
On the buckle side loop it through both case peg and buckle and fold and glue.
You have a choice of colour and it cost only fraction of a new leather one- also you will have enough left to make two straps
Take the watch to a jeweller. They should have all the batteries and seals and tools necessary for the job, and it rarely takes long or costs that much. you could probably manage yourself, but getting the seals especially is easiest through a jeweller anyway.
Most likely reason for any watch to be not working is the battery, the next would be moisture inside - normally visible round the screen/face. always worth replacing the battery to see, unless the watch cost less than the battery, which it didn't.
Hope this helps :)