WATCH BAND REPLACEMENT GUIDE

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WATCH BAND REPLACEMENT GUIDE

Post by koimaster » November 22nd 2021, 10:55pm

There are many reasons that a watch band might need to be replaced or repaired and a variety of options for repairing and replacing them. For example the reasons might be personal taste (a new watch band can give a watch an updated appearance and add a new style to a timepiece) or maybe your band is just beat up or broken (Sometimes watch bands in this condition can be repaired). Use this guide and the attached articles to learn the many different ways to repair, replace or adjust your watch bands.

There are many types of watch bands that might be designed to fit a specific watch styles, and depending on the type of watch, a band may have to be selected that is specifically designed to fit that model. Luckily for you, our selection of watch bands covers a wide spectrum of options when it is time to consider getting new band.

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Re: WATCH BAND REPLACEMENT GUIDE

Post by jason_recliner » November 23rd 2021, 1:44am

conjurer wrote:
November 22nd 2021, 11:34pm
Unless you have an antique watch, or a strap watch where the strap is worn out, or if you're a fucking mook like Mort and want to put a watch on a vintage Speidel Twist-o-Flex, then you should go to the OEM strap or bracelet.
Really? Quite a bold statement! There are so many great straps out there. Why limit oneself to only one style?
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