Question about Skagen Watches
I cannot get the case open to replace the battery. I have tried a knife, applied a lot of pressure; still no luck. There is just not enough edge on the back cover (yes, I am working on the part of the cover with a lip for prying).
Would the tools help me?
Use a Testor's razor knife with eye protection. Use as much of the blade edge as possible. The Testor's blades are fairly strong and thin and I have used them on many Skagens before. I have had some Swiss cases with no gap or tab and the tightest tolerances and the Testor's hobby knife blades were the only hope and solution. Please use care and eye protection for any repairs or service of this nature. Things break and fly off with great force. Including the blade of a knife or razor knife.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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