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Battery


The Casio Forester FT500WVB watch has an EL (Electroluminescent) backlight and requires one silver oxide button battery. The SR621W battery (also known as type 363) is recommended by the instruction manual for the watch. Note the suffix "W" means this battery is a high drain type which is suitable for powering a watch mechanism and the EL light as well for 2 to 3 years, depending on use of the light. "SW" suffix batteries are low drain and are intended only to power a watch mechanism, and not a light. Note also the "SR" prefix indicates the battery is silver oxide and not lithium. The SR type batteries do not use mercury and are therefore safer to dispose of when they are discharged. I have found the type SR626W (also known as type 377) battery is also suitable for the FT500WVB watch and it has more stored power and should therefore last longer.

Last, the Casio Forrester FT500WC looks exactly like the FT500WVB, but it is a different watch internally. The FT500WC has an LED light and requires two batteries- the SR920SW low drain silver oxide battery which powers the watch mechanism and the CR1616 lithium battery which powers the LED. The LED is brighter than an EL light and stays on longer than the EL light when activated. But the LED has a bright dot light source that some might find annoying.

Apr 17, 2014 | Casio Forester FT500WV-3BV Wrist Watch

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Battery charging


Hi Patrick,
A rechargeable battery will eventually fail to accept a charge - just like your car battery.
The number of recharges a battery will be able to accept is dependent on a number of things, such as: temperature, if it is run to almost nothing before recharging (or if it is recharged after only being discharged slightly), how much of a load is on the battery and how fast (high amperage) or slow (low amperage) the battery is recharged.
Generally, cooler temperatures are better for batteries, as is using the battery almost completely before recharging rather than topping off after minimal usage, small loads are better (you don't have a choice in your GPS watch tho) and a slow or "trickle" charge is better than a fast, high current charge (you may not have a choice on this either). A few hundred discharge / recharge cycles is not uncommon - significantly less if the battery isn't cycled properly or used in harsh conditions.
I hope this helps!

Jul 01, 2013 | Bushnell Neo Plus GPS Watch

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Might light no longer works, had battery checked and it is fully charged. Please advise


the indiglo of your watch is probably busted, you had to replaced its dial. the the battery has been checked but not the watch by a new battery? try to check the watch by a new battery. if still not lighten up check the connection of the button it probably cannot connect the connections of the light. i hope this advise will help you a lot.

Sep 08, 2011 | Timex 2D421 Stainless Steel Perpetual...

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The light in my watch stopped working. How do I get it fixed? It is a Timex Indiglo(ladies) I don't have any other info.


Most watches of this type have 2 batteries - 1 for the light and 1 for timekeeping. If you use the light a lot, you may have flattened the battery but the watch keeps going because it's running on the other battery. Take it to your local jewellers/watchmakers/watch repair shop and get them to test the battery and replace if flat. If the battery isn't flat and the light doesn't work then you have a faulty watch - if it's still under guarantee fine, if not buy yourself another watch if you can't put up with the fault.

Jul 29, 2010 | Timex 27191 Wristwatch

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The light was fading on my Indiglo Timex watch but it was still keeping good time, so I had a new battery installed by a Walmart employee. The light now works on the watch but the watch stopped keeping...


mcdevito75 here, Your Timex watch is most likely an Indiglo meaning light, The battery supplies power to to Quatz mechanism for time keeping and for the light. There is a very good possibility that 1 or 2 of the contacts between the battery and the Quatrz mechanism were lost during the new battery installation. While you can"t rule out that the Quartz mechanism and or the light may be wearing down, you still have to suspect the battery even a new battery, look for a small watch repair shop in your area and try another battery, let the jewler know of your watches problem so he / she can properly install the battery and ensure the contacts between the Quartz and the battery are being made.

Jul 07, 2010 | Timex 27191 Wristwatch

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Stem is broken watch cannot be wound


Hi,

An Eco-Drive does not need to be wound. It has a rechargeable battery in it that is recharged by light hitting the dial of the watch.

All Eco-Drives have to be allowed to get light on them to recharge the battery. If they are put in a drawer or covered all the time by shirt sleeves then the battery will drain and they will not work.

If the battery is completely drained then the battery will not be any good and will need replacing by a qualified watchmaker.

Try setting your watch under a light or in a sunny spot with the light shining on the dial. If in the sun light it should take a few hours to charge the battery. If under a light it can take more than 18 hours to fully charge the battery.

But if the charging does not hold then the battery is no longer good and requires replacement by a qualified watchmaker.

Hope this helps,

Ken
www.yellowstonewatch.com

Apr 09, 2010 | Citizen Eco Drive Largo AT0424 59E Gents...

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I have a Blue Angels Eco drive. Havent worn it more than few times in 4 years. Now i want to use it and it is dead. how to get it up and running?


I had the same issue. Solution is quite simple. You will need to buy a PAnasonic li-ion battery model MT920 (google it) have it opened and disconnect the battery and put the new one. There is a actual pin connector in the battery and it needs to be plugged in into the slot where the battery goes in. it is easy. The watch will work again and just remember to keep it under light conditions to fully load it. take care. Luiz

Dec 22, 2009 | Citizen Watches

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Battery problems


If your watch is blacking out when the light is used, this is the first sign for battery replacement as light feature consumes more power than all watch mechanics together. Uderpowered battery can be the reason why the battery gauge do not show any bars.
My advice is to change battery first.
If the watch will have the same problem after battery replacement, then you will need watch repairers advise as it will be clear that the watch is having mechanical or electronic fault and in this case only watchmaker would be able to deal with it.
Don't forget to rate, please.

Jan 04, 2009 | Watches

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Light won't work


I suggest you have to check your battery first. It may be underpowered. Replace it with the new one and then check light again.

Dec 19, 2008 | Polar F6 Wrist Watch

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Dead battery


take it to a qualifed watchmaker or send it to fossel.This watch is water resitant and MUST be tested to insure that it remain that way.

May 11, 2007 | Fossil AM 3688 Wrist Watch

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