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Old 06-04-2017, 06:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Where would I find a replacement for this!

Hello! Aaron here. This is my first time posting on the site! I had no idea there was a forum website for watches, it's especially exciting to someone as new to the wristwatch game as I am.

So, it's worth saying that I'm not at all a man of specifically high tastes. I've never paid more that $20 for a watch, and I mostly only buy used timepieces for the sake of buying used timepieces. So far I have in my collection:

A Timex Expedition T499279J
A Seiko Pulsar PXN109
A handful of very generic Japanese watches
A Paul Sebastian Quartz watch

The Paul Sebastian watch is the topic of today's post. So, part of the strap broke, and I have never seen another one like it. Where would I find anything else like this? Is there a special name for it? Let me know. Glad to be here!

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Old 06-04-2017, 07:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to the forums!

No laws govern the watch enthusiast world: you can spend as much or as little as you want, as long as your watches make you happy and you give them the love they deserve.

Enjoy the ride!!!
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Welcome to WF.

A photograph of what you are looking for may help.
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Post a photo of the strap and maybe we can help. If it is an inexpensive watch any reasonably priced strap would be adequate. We can give you dozens of sites that sell straps at a fair price as well as how to measure so they fit properly.
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Old 06-06-2017, 08:40 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Hi Dustman
Welcome to horology luv, unfettered.
You'll luv it here. One Moderator is as good as they come
furnishing Heads Ups on wanted watches.
Hear that Spaceview? You're tha best. I've made some
great watch buys on his info.

But you'll come to that POV ASAP.

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