How to Repair an Invicta Watch Band


It may cost a significant amount of money to fix your Invicta watch if you take it to a jeweler or send it to the manufacturer, but with a little work, you can repair the watchband yourself. There are a few common problems with watchbands involving the links and the clasps, such as replacing them because of denting or scratching, that can be fixed without going to a jeweler.

Things You'll Need

  • Spring tool or paper clip
  • Cloth
  • Order the parts from the manufacturer or jeweler if you know what the problem is. Decide how many links you need to replace or if one or both of the spring clasps need to be changed. If you order from the manufacturer, it may take a week or more before the parts are available. A jeweler might have the parts on hand.

  • Detach the watchband from the main watch assembly by pressing the spring tool or paperclip end against the spring loaded section of the band. The spring will loosen the clasp to the watch and allow you to remove the band. Do this to both areas where the band connects to the watch. Set the band down on the cloth to keep it from scratching during repair.

  • Remove the defective clasp or segment by using the tool or paperclip to push out the pin that connects the link or clasp to the watchband. Once the pin is out, you should be able to remove the defective link segment or clasp. Repeat to remove any other problem links.

  • Replace the links with the working links or clasp assembly by placing them on the band and working the link pins into the holes using the tool or paperclip. Once the link pins are in, the links or clasp should be attached.

  • Reconnect the two segments of the clasp to the main watch assembly by using the tool or the paperclip to press the spring-loaded connector and place the band into the area designated for the clasp and release the spring. The band should now connect to the main watch.


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