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HoratioNYC

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Hello everyone!

I have loved watches from the age of 10. My very first was a digital Casio F91W. I have tried to hold on to and keep every watch I have owned since then. I am trying to grow my watch collection and with my limited funds at the moment I have been able to buy a few and restore some of them.

I thought this would be the perfect place to get some knowledge and insight into restoring them to as good as new. 
 

I have recently come across a beautiful Fossil CH2564 with a broken window and was wondering if I could get some help with restoring it. I am trying to source the parts for it but I am having quite a tough time finding the right place. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time and consideration. Wishing everyone the best that life has to offer, always!

 

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Welcome here.

Looks like a flat crystal, easy to get and replace. You can find the part, as well a press and digital calipers on Ebay. You can also fit a sapphire crystal for few dollars more. The cheapest place to buy is Alixepress if you don't mind a longer shipping time. 

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You will have to remove that  crystal. Best way is to  push it out from the back. Then measure it's  diameter  and thickness..then order yourself  a new one. Watch some tutorials..its not hard or expensive. 

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