Question about Ebel Classic Wave 9090F249725 Wrist Watch
Ebel wave lady's watch-- Could you provide detail of how to take battery out to be replaced? I can open the top screws, take out the crystal, but cannot get the whole thing out to replace the battery-- I cannot remove the crown and its shaft to permit the machinery, including the battery, to be removed.
To change the batt on an ebel womans watch i simple. 1 take out screws from bezel. 2 lift off , make sure to keep rubber gasket in place. 3 pull out stem to the set position. 4 be very carefull not to bend / touch hands. 5 turn case upside down, and you will see the opp side from the winder drop out slitely. with your fingernail pull downwards gently on works, then when you have it out a little on that side, turn it back over. and continue to lifft up gently, 5 as you do so, start to rowtate the works counter clockwise. the stem is made to .bend / swivel and the works will turn upside down and lay back into the case. to protect the face while installing the batt. 6 when done gently lift the same way but rowtate clockwise. but make sure you grab sides of works and not the face. ( the hands are very delicate) 7 take the batt to a jeweler to replace you will never find a batt with the same number ( ebel made sure of that ) they want you to pay 140.00 to 240.00 for them to do it. but a jeweler can match it. now that said, once you take the bezel off, your ebel warenty is void. so 140 -240 or $5.00 your choice i have had meny watches over the years all with rubber gaskets and have replaced batts is some five times and the gasket are still fine. and a batt will last 3 to four years. five in 15 years could cost you $ 1020.00 in the long run. hope that answers your question.
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
Landsend, you have no idea what you are talking about, you have obviously never seen an Ebel Ladies wave - there is no back cover, the case is a solid piece of metal and the battery can only be accessed by removing the front bezel and glass, removing the hands and face and finally removing the stem (the hard bit!). Once all this is done the movement can be popped out to access and change the battery.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
You obviously don't know the first thing about watches...I'd be surprised if you haven't messed it up. You simply remove the back case to replace the battery. the part you call the machinery is called the caliber.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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