Question about Skagen Watches
Most Skagen watches have a snap-in, snap-out back. You will need a tool to open the back such as a slotted jeweler's screwdriver or knife blade to pry it open. Be careful opening the back as the battery may pop out. Examine and make note of which side of the battery is up. Get the number off the battery, or take the battery with you to Wal-Mart, Radio Shack or anywere else they sell batteries. Buy a replacement, install it, and try to reinstall the back. You may even consider taking the watch with you to the above retailers...some of them are willing and able to change the battery for you.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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