Question about Fossil BQ9183 Wrist Watch
I found a fossil blue tachymeter watch on back the # is BQ9078 how can I find info on this watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: second hand not working
The second hand is the little dial at the bottom. The one in the main part of the watch is for the stopwatch portion of the watch. It is a little screwy
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
This is will take a jeweler or watchmaker to fit with a new crystal.
1st take this watch to the point of purchase and see if they can assist you, sometimes they will surprise you and depending upon the age of the watch may replace.
2nd beyond that usually only independant jewelers will work with fossils, almost all chains will not allow their employees to even change batteries in a Fossil (they are easy to break).
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
mcdevito75 here, Look for any Notch in the cover that match a notch in the case, use a knife with a sharp blade and place the knife in the notch and with a slight twisting motion the cover should pop off. Depending on the age of the watch and the functions cost could be anywhere betwwen $25.00----$60.00 Fossil watches are also collectables.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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