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posted: May. 23, 2008 @ 3:04a
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posted: May. 23, 2008 @ 5:26a
I personally would not trust any of them to do it right. Take it to a local jeweler. The typical charge (if any) is $5 - $10.
posted: May. 23, 2008 @ 9:02a
sk8teacher said: I personally would not trust any of them to do it right. Take it to a local jeweler. The typical charge (if any) is $5 - $10.
Also, most stores will only make adjustments if you bought the watch from them.
posted: May. 23, 2008 @ 12:28p
I am assuming you are talking about the metal bands with the links to take on or off? Any of the better department stores (Macys, Dillards) will have that equipment and usually are pretty swell folks and don't charge anything. Go to a store that carries your brand of watch and they will probably automatically assume you bought it from them.
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posted: May. 23, 2008 @ 12:37p
Thanks, buddies. I tried to adjust the watch band by myself. I did it using
You could check your yellow pages for a local shop (under "watches"). I took mine to a local watch shop at town center (I know, they still exist!). The shop owner did it right on the spot for $8. He was really helpful and friendly as well.
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