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Source of a Polar S150 rubber seal (gasket) for sealing the back plate.

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Took apart a polar s150 watch to change the battery. I went too far and 2 little springs fell out and a small black rubber donut. I don't know how/where to put these back. The two springs appear to...


Hello Clintsanders,

I am sorry to inform you but there is no way that you can repair the unit yourself, you will need to return the unit to Polar to be repaired. Here is a LINK to Polar and all of there service centers and the numbers and procedure that you need to follow in order to return your unit for repair.

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I lost the gasket for my watch, ive tried to see where i can gat one like that but i cant find it nowhere. help


They are not a part that is sold separately as the watches are not intended to be user serviceable. The only way to get the watch properly sealed again is too send it into a Polar Authorized Service Center and have them replace the seals/ Batteries. The seal/ gasket is a pressure seal, so when they put the new one in they also use a special vacuum sealer to make it water tight. Send the watch in and they will fix it up right for you, plus you get a warranty on the service work they do, very helpful if something goes wrong.

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Wow. I just went through this.

Polar doesn't sell replacement bodies. You can only go through a repair center for about $50. I bought a "display only" non-functioning model off of eBay for $10 and the body is the same as a functioning model.

It came with protective plastic over the face that peels off and a dummy display on the inside that peels off too.

The only problem is the display model didn't have a seal/gasket and after removing my old seal it was stretched out and didn't fit. I cut the seal to make it shorter but now it is no longer waterproof.

It is possible the seal can be purchased at one of the Polar service centers.

I suggest removing the seal carefully without stretching it.

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Step 1: Remove the old battery so you can find a replacement. Somewhere should sell you the battery alone, even if they won't do the replacement for you.

Step 2: If you're not going to use this in a wet environment just put the new battery in and don't worry about the seals. Just be careful when you clean it. For example, use a damp cloth but don't immerse it.

Step 2b: If you really want to seal it get some silicon seal from a hardware store or maybe an outdoor store. Line the edge of the battery compartment where the cover meets the compartment and replace the cover. Let it set and you should be good.

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