I'm sure I read some where that you can replace them. I know they sell the glasses on eBay so i would imagine it's something that can be done.Relieved to hear you got the scratch out, nice job! I'm still curious about the possibility of replacement, though. I have that same exact watch and sometimes I get to worrying when I read about the disposable-by-design nature of most swatches.
Many thanks for this! Good to know!Back when I had a couple of Swatch watches, I did some research into this. There are a couple of watchmakers in the UK that serve the die-hard collector community although they have been disappearing lately. They service the Irony models by breaking the acrylic seal that holds bezel, crystal and case together. Because there's no easy way to release the stem from the front of the movement, the movement will sometimes also break and need to be replaced with each service.
So, the bottom line is that it is possible, but the materials (crystal + movement) and labor cost is almost always greater than the cost of a new watch.