A well-made Fossil watch is all about the details. Of course, there’s the obvious case, dial, and strap, but there’s also an often overlooked, yet integral part of the timepiece to consider — the watch’s fastener or clasp. Not only is it a practical piece by allowing your Fossil watch to securely strap onto your wrist, but it is also an important part of the timepiece’s aesthetic. It is the part of the watch that either opens or separates allowing your Fossil watch to fit around your hand. Typically, the clasp is then latched together in some form.
The most common watch Fossil band repairs that watchmakers encounter involve the watch clasp and watch link repairs. A new Fossil watch clasp will guarantee that your watch band will always fit perfectly because it allows you to adjust for weight loss and other situations that may be out of your control as it allows you to customize the fit of your watch band.
If you need help with fixing your watch, trust a professional.
Times Ticking has been in operation for more than 30 years, since 1982. We have performed watch repair for customers both locally and internationally. If it Ticks! We KNOW it! Our team of watch repair technicians have a combined experience in watchmaking of over 120 years.