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    G-Shock Parts?

    Gents, anyone know where I can get replacement parts? Called a joint on the East Coast, and no dice. Broke the plastic thingy that the band slides thru. It's a G-2300B.



    Or, suggestions for workable alternatives would be cool

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    I would be interested in finding G-shock parts myself.

    My daughters have Baby-G-Shock watches and two of them have broken the bands.

    Now they want new watches at $70 a pop.
    Paul A. Hotaling
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    Paul, I just found THIS, dunno if it will do the trick because my model number isn't listed but:

    http://www.countycomm.com/adapter.htm

    I would imagine the Baby's have a narrower lug width.....

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    Thanks, I will go check them out.
    Paul A. Hotaling
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    Call Casio and be prepared for a LONG hold.

    Hopefully they send me the right shit HEHEHE.

    Zip ties are my friend until then.

    Out.

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    No kidding about that hold time. They stuck me on there for close to a half hour last time I called!
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    Here's a link to Casio Sales & Service replacement bands site:
    http://www.casiosalesandservice.com/...&numperpage=10

    I've had a couple of G-Shocks. They have been great watches, except the bands (especially the little keeper loop), don't last very long for me. I was able to buy a replacement band for one while on vacation in Seattle in a watch shop.

    I believe that the band issue was one reason the CountyComm was selling "Mil-Shocks" for a while and is selling the OEM bands for $8.
    http://countycomm.com/gshockband.htm
    Aubrey<><

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    Aubrey, thanks for the links.

    You just saved me about $150.
    Paul A. Hotaling
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    Dinger,

    You're welcome. Glad I could help.
    Aubrey<><

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    They also have Casio replacement bands at Walmart.
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