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Watch is a man's Collection Tango. After 2 years, a new battery. Soon after, the first battery, watch stopped. another new battery. certified watch maker, a new battery. has stopped again. Now, w?hat?


Sorry but I have no idea what brand of battery these are or if that is unusual for this model watch to use so much power. Use name brand batteries only. Duracell is the best for long life.

May 01, 2017 | The Watches

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Which battery number should I use on a bulova 96t63


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Bulova 228 = S05 American Watch institute, USA: 357 (303)
Japan: SR44W .. (SR44SW)

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Bulova 606‎ = S32 AWI... Energizer/Duracell 377 or SR626SW


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Jul 28, 2016 | Bulova Crystal Ladies 96T63"

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Battery for FS4487 fossil watch


Take your watch to a jeweler to identify type and possibly replace it.

Jun 15, 2014 | Fossil FS4487 Watch

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Fossil manual


Google (fossil)(FS4487)(manual) without parens.

Mar 03, 2014 | Fossil FS4487 Watch

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I bought this watch 1.5 years back.I have started using that.It worked properly.For the last few months I didn't wear it.Now the watch is not working. So the problem is in the battery ?


On average, I've found that analog wristwatches that use a silver oxide (or alkaline) battery last about a year after a fresh battery has been installed. Digital watches, because they have no moving parts, will typically last longer on a set of batteries if you're not using the alarm or backlight function. Watches that use lithium batteries generally last two years or more between battery changes.

Based on your model watch, I would guess that your battery has run down too far to power the movement. A fresh battery will probably fix your watch. Hint: in the future, if you aren't going to wear your watch for a while, pull the stem out into the "set" position. That will stop the movement and extend the life of your battery. When you want to wear the watch, simply set the time (and date, if you have a date window) and push the stem back in.

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How to change battery on a swatch skin watch


  1. Place the watch in case holder. Place the watch in the case holder, if you have one. If you do not, place it on a soft cloth.
  2. Check for room to work. Check to see if there is room to attach the adjustable case wrench and rotate it 360 degrees. If not remove watch band.
  3. Remove case back. Fit the adjustable case wrench into the slots on the case back. Tighten it down until it is snug. Be careful not to slip with this tool as it can scratch the case back of your watch. Work slowly. When it is unscrewed gently pry up the case back taking great care not to damage the internal gasket. If the gasket gets damaged it will need to be replaced with the battery to retain water resistance.
  4. Remove battery. The battery will be held in place by some type of retention device. It will need to be removed. Some clips will be removed by using tweezers. Some clips may be moved using a screw driver, and some simply bend out of the way slightly. Remember how it was removed as it must be put back in place exactly for the circuit to be completed after battery change. If the clip is removed, place it and any screws in a paper cup to prevent loss. Remember how the battery was seated, plus (positive) side up or down etc. it needs to be replaced correctly to work.
  5. Test battery. Using the battery tester check the battery. If it is dead move to next step, if it is not take the watch to a jewelers for inspection.
  6. Clean and inspect battery box. Inspect the battery box the battery came out of. If there is corrosion take it to jewelers for inspection. If there is light dust it may be cleaned with a clean soft cloth.
  7. Buy battery. Use the numbers on the battery and buy a new one. Occasionally the number will be obsolete and you will be referenced to a replacement battery in the battery charts. This is the time to also replace the gasket if you need to. Check with a watch maker or jeweler, or the watch company to buy a replacement. We cannot stress enough how important this gasket is to a water resistant watch, without its integrity your fine watch may no longer be resistant.
  8. Replace battery. Using the plastic tweezers if you have them, or fingers wearing cotton gloves, replace the battery. Never use bare fingers as finger oils may corrode or short out the new battery. Carefully replace the retention device as it was remove.
  9. Replace case back. Make sure that the gasket is in place, and not pinched or caught in the case back when you set it in place. Screw down the case back using your fingers until it is tight and needs the case wrench. Attach case wrench as before and tighten down the case back.
  10. Reset and clean watch. Using the appropriate method reset the watch. Use the polishing cloth to clean off any dirt and finger prints.
OR...take to your local jeweler/watchmaker who has the appropiate tools and let them do it for you!!!! :)

Aug 14, 2010 | Swatch Skin SFK254 Watch

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I GOT A FOSSIL WATCH PART#FS4487 WITHOUT AN OWNERS MANUAL. JUST WANA GET A COPY OF IT.


Click on my profile (escapement), then click on Tips and tricks. There you will find link to Fossil watch manuals. Rate me, plz.

Feb 15, 2010 | Watches

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I have a Casio GW 9050, label on Battery clip says ''After battery replacemetn contact AC with Battery + using tweezers''. I've read here before that you need to use a paper clip or tweezers to ground the...


First of all, the battery goes in with the writing on top so you can read it when it is in the watch. By trial and error, I happened to use the second hole at the bottom left. To orient yourself, look at the watch, and just turn it over face down. There is one hole at the 6pm position and another one at about 7 pm, use the 7 pm one. I pressed down with one end of the tweezer and touched the battery with the other end. This reset the watch, and then I used the normal buttons (mode/adjust) to set the time and date.

Oct 10, 2009 | Casio Watches

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