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Replacement Band for Kenneth Cole KC1333

Where can I find a replacement band for the KC1333 including the screws that hold the band in place

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You can try calling 1-800-874-0907

and here is a link for a KC replacement pdf

http://www.genevawatchgroup.com/pdf/repair_kennethcole.pdf

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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I might have the solution. Is it a rectangular watch with a leather strap? It sounds weird, but I have a watch with no brand name on it (bought yesterday from K-Mart at $9.99) with the model #A126-06. The package insert said "Advance Watch Group." I googled them, and they manufacture watches for Kenneth Cole, Tommy Bahama and a bunch of other designers.

I was really surprised because K-Mart is the last place I'd buy a watch, except that it looked like my broken Raymond Weil tank watch.

I suggest you go to K-Mart and see if you find a watch that looks like yours.

The back of this watch is marked as follows:
V377
Stainless Steel Caseback
2035 Movement
Base Metal
Bezel
20279knx
A126-06

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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Start by looking at the inside of the watchband, there should be a arrow pointing up/down. Take a pin and put it in on the side that shows the arrow going down. Take a hammer and GENTLY tapp the pin. The pin should push out a pin in the band. Do this as many times as you have to for the size you desire, and then put the pin in the same derection as you tapped the pin out. Usually you will also see a **** on the side youn DON'T want to tap out. If you still; have a problem don;'t hesitate to write me, and I will be glad to take you step by step with this. Good Luck!!

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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Good day,

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Posted on Jul 30, 2010

gemineye61

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I would try this website:

http://www.watchbands.com/custom.aspx,,id,,34,,Request-Kenneth-Cole-WatchBand-Quote

Posted on Aug 23, 2010

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