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My Philip Stein Teslar watch is no longer keeping the proper time

Do I need a new battery? the serial number of my watch is 2tf018883

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Yes, your watch is battery driven and you may need a battery replacement.

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Batteries in watches can't last forever. Occasionaly you have to replace them for new ones. Yours are gone and needs to be replaced. rate me, please.

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1. Involve some much needed physical movement (Physical Training) that will both help the wearer and the watch with the watch being the judge of if he is moving enough every day?

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I need a battery for my phillip stein watch and I don't know what to do. There are no phillip stein stores near my home and i'm wondering if I send it out, will I receive the wright one and also can I just...

Watch batteries are universal. Take it to a jeweler and get the battery replaced. Watches use "button cells" and there are many different sizes but many are interchangeable.

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Where,in the uk, can I send my philip stein watch for repair?

I am in dialogue with the UK dealer at present as my watch is just over a year and the battery has packed up. Their contact details as follows:
Susan Hill
Cronos Distribution Ltd
82A High Street
Kent TN9 1EE
t. 01732 368500
f. 01732 773979

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Mar 29, 2009 | Philip Stein Teslar Oversized Chronograph...

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Watch repair

They have been flipping the chips instead of replacing them. This is not TESLAR this is PHILIP STEIN. If the chip look like a different color it has been flipped and you have been scammed! They also might take the teslar chip out completely and replace it with a new "alloy module" which does not work at all!

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