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You may send it back if you have a receipt ,lol,but here is an easier way for you:)
Of all things, you should always just try replacing the battery in your digital watch. These are really inexpensive and most watch stores will install your battery for you for free if you need help, but the process is very simple too. Most watches contain instructions on the back of the watch for replacing the battery. You opening the back panel carefully and review what is inside. You should see a battery that is small and round and metallic in color. Very carefully remove this battery and push the new battery into the exact same position, as the old one and it should fit into place. You should then replace the back panel and try out your watch. There are many good watches that were tossed away due to just a dead battery.
If your digital watch has gotten wet, try opening it up and removing the battery and airing it out. Use a really soft Q-tip to get at areas where there might be sensitive material that can damage easily. Try to dry up as much of the liquid with the Q-tip as possible and let the watch sit unused for a good while. Most digital watches will work if you get to the wet damage quickly enough and dry it up.
You are going to have to remove the battery to find out which one you need. For instructions on how to do this see: http://www.mademan.com/mm/fossil-watch-battery-replacement-guide.html. You can buy the battery at: http://shop.batterymart.com/search#w=fossil%20ch2599%20watch%20battery. Replacing a Fossil battery is delicate and tricky. Fossil recommends that you send it to a shop that specializes in Fossil watch battery replacements.