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I need a replacement strap for Fossil watch FS3041, 22mm (double pin) I can't seem to find one.

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    I did that, and they had no idea.

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I've been looking all over my area for an FS3041 strap too. Even the jewelry shop that has Fossils only carries crappy bands that won't do the watch face any justice. And fossil.com doesn't carry bands for past models, which this is. I may have to make one from an old shoe. :)

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    Decided to call Fossil (800-449-3056), and they are sending me the FS-3041 strap for under $15 (including shipping). Apparently they hook up with an independent supplier. Now I don't have to sacrifice my shoe.

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mcdevito75 here, You can but a new strap for your Fissil watch almost any where, Ebay, or you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area as they would have the watch right there for a perfect fit. With anything else you"ll need to know the MM size of your strap. As the strap attaches to the watch case at the pins, simply measure in MM"s this is the size of the band you need, if you can only measure in Standard Measurement use the search online for conversion Inches to MM. But with a watch shop they do everything for you.

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