Question about Wenger Watches
Wenger watch 7275X
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That small gizmo is called CROWN or WINDING CROWN. It is not possible to obtain it online, so, you have to shop around for it. Find your nearest watchmakers shop and ask for replacement. You may need stem as well.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
If your watch is a "quartz" type and you have had it for some time (a year +?), then it seems likely that the battery has expired.
If it is still within the warranty period (usually a year), then it would be unusual for the battery to have died. Contact your local service agent to discuss it if this is the case.
Batteries are best replaced by an authorised dealer, it will cost more but this will ensure that that any water resistance is retained. Replacing the battery yourself can be more difficult that it appears so you are advised to go to a service agent.
You can locate your nearest service center by going to http://www.wenger.ch/contact-us and filling in your details.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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