C3 pusher detached - can it be fixed locally?

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C3 pusher detached - can it be fixed locally?

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Wore my old school C3-IPK while I cycled to work and when I arrived I noticed the pusher look wonky. On touching it it was wobbly and it can be pulled out revealing a spike and a spring :shock: I didn't pull too far and it still works but I switched it to my right wrist for the ride home to ensure it didn't jump out.

Can this be fixed locally or are pushers part of the case so I'd be better off sending it to CW?
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Re: C3 pusher detached - can it be fixed locally?

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To answer my own question I took my watch to a local repair place and was quoted £19 to reattach the pusher "probably just a C-clip" and put in a new battery as that has died. Also asked about yellow edged Hirsch straps hoping to check the colour, none in stock thanks to straps not selling since being put behind the counter for covid but he's going to order one in and more interestingly on revealing my C600 the guy commented that he used to have one in green :thumbup:
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