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Watch Crystal

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Just like any other part of a watch you can customize, remove, or replace a watch crystal so it will suit your needs.  If you can't read part of the display, you can add or remove watch magnifiers.  If the crystal is broken or scratched repair or replace it if it isn't fixable.  You can even find a perfect replacement crystal to maintain the look of your watch after you have fixed it. Below is Esslinger.com's collection of watch crystal articles that will help you approach almost every aspect of watch crystal repair from small fixes to complete removal and replacement.
 

Remember, while we provide you with the basic instructions needed to complete these various repairs, watches are delicate things that can be easily damaged or broken.  If at any point during the repair you don't feel confident in what you are attempting to do, take your watch to a professional watchmaker or jeweler.   

 

 

   


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