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BEVERLYHILLS POLO CLUB WATCH MEN


Put a screw driver in the hole on the clasp. It shouls flip up and then you can slide the clasp up and down the watch band.
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Dec 26, 2012 | Watches

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Looking for a 333 battery for a lady's Piaget. Can't find anywhere!


You can find the Cross Reference Chart here:
http://www.shorinternational.com/watchbatterycrossref.htm
It shows that your battery type Renata 333 (Swiss) is discontinued.

and from here:
http://www.jewelerstoystore.com/Renata_Watch_Battery_p/b1-333.htm
It shows that your battery type costs $101.85 (on sale).

Doy you really want to buy that battery?

Feb 16, 2011 | Watches

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Need to find the value of an old Piaget watch that I inherited. The numbers on the back are stamped as follows: 6801 E 10 228916 the band says Piaget 750 thanks Rani


mcdevito75 Here, Hello Rani, Piaget, a FINE watch, even without seeing your Piaget watch were speaking $250.00 and above. Shop a couple of jewelery shops in your area, they will be glad to help. NOTE-- unless you relly know, DO NOT CLEAN THAT PIAGET YOURSELF as any Damage could and would leesen it"s value. By cleaning I mean even polishing the band, have a small watch repair shop in your area care for your Piaget watch.

Jul 07, 2010 | Watches

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Where can I get a 333 battery


In England

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/5-Watch-Batteries-Renata-313-323-325-333-354-set-3_W0QQitemZ270535998336QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Jewellery_Watches_WatchAccessories_SpareParts_SM?hash=item3efd33bb80

In USA - none listed on ebay, except for international (from England).
The 333 is quite an unusual battery, in that its one of only three with no other entries on a cross reference chart (i.e. not widely made).


Feb 24, 2010 | Piaget Watches

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Ferlie


What is the question?

Make and model of watch needed as well!

Feb 19, 2010 | Piaget Dancer GOA24001 Wrist Watch

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My watch is not moving . I want to know do I need to change the battery or it is self wind? ref. 384858.Thanks


Its easy to tell if its battery operated or self wind. Turn the crown (where you set the time) forward. Self wind watches will click as you turn the crown. If its battery operated then you will hear no clicks. Some watches have a screw down crown so if the crown wont turn forward then try turning back. Some watches have a capacitor that needs to be charged! Seiko Kinetics are charged by movement like an older automatic. Citizens are charged by light!

Good luck!

Jan 09, 2010 | Piaget Watches

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Beverly Hills Polo Watch battery type?


Take it to any expert watchmaker or Jeweler,
they will help you on this issue
hope this info may help

From
AmFix Jewelry & Watch Repair
203 N. LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60601
Ph: 312 641 7000
Email: info@goamfix.com
Web: www.goamfix.com

Oct 09, 2009 | Beverly Hills Polo Club 22-720WK

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Watcmaker has advised the circuit in a piaget ladies smallquatz watch requires replacement can you advise please


once the circuit is cut the watch stops and leaves ur 2 options. o
1 replace
2 the make a circuit glue which coats the whole circuit and most cases restores power, this is very inexpensive. they dont recommend cause they want to sell parts

Oct 09, 2009 | Piaget Watches

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