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(Loose numbers) Hi. The numbers on my watch recently started to come loose and I was wondering what would it take/cost to fix it?

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Any reasonable jeweller will have the tools and skill neede to disassemble this watch, then it should just be a matter of using the correct glue - this will depend on the material of the face and the numbers, but a jeweller would be able to figure this out. If you really want to try yourself then it wouldn't be a particularly complicated job with the right tools, but a jeweller will be able to check if anything else in the watch needs servicing too - it is unusual for the numbers to come off unless moisture has got into the watch or excess heat - both of which are likely to cause much more serious problems in the workings of the watch anyway. If you want to send the watch to Invicta for repair see this site for details; or call; 1-866-INVICTA mail to; [email protected] An idea of cost is given on the page linked below although it doesn't specifically list your problem i would imagine it to be around the same as a cleaning, possibly a little more; Hope this helps :)

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