June 27, 2007

I can't keep a watch!

I have the absolute worst luck with watches. I can't keep a watch for more than a year, unless I never wear it. Whether the watch battery dies, or the band breaks, or it just simply stops working. Watch Bands are easy to replace, as are watch batteries, but it just that they will again stop working or break in just a few months. I think the thing about me that kills the watch is a high iron count, that somehow affects the magnetic field that kills the watch. I can't back that up scientifically, but that's the only thing that I can think of.

Usually, whenever one of my watches die, I just head over to the Dollar Tree or Wal-mart and pick up a sub-$7 watch. But when I get a nice watch as a gift, I can't just throw it out because I bust the band.

So then, that's when I go to the repair shop. But you don't have to wait until your watch breaks to replace the watch band. You might want to change the the look of your watch without buying a new one. It's a great way to expand the use of your watches.

If you have an expensive name-brand watch and you want to replace the band, due to breakage, wear-and-tear, or just wanting to change the look, check out Watchband.biz. They have name brand watch bands for high end watches. They have all kinds of bands to match any style of watch. Metal bands, leather bands, and synthetic bands. They also have watch parts as well. It's an easy to use website and they have all the bands you need.

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