Question about Movado Eliro 0605377 Wrist Watch
If you are attempting to replace it yourself, when you open the back it will clearly have the battery type labeled on the actual battery. If you are unsure of how to take it apart I would just take it to a watch store, most towns have a watch store that will replace a quartz battery like this for less than $10... I would just have them do it.
If you are capable enough of taking apart the watch then you definitely can just find the battery type. If not, then don't worry which type they are are very inexpensive.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
I couldn't find anyone with the battery type/number. Since this is a high-end watch, I would call a reputable dealer and ask them how/'who to contact. I saw on a couple of web blogs that this watch has a lifetime free battery replacement, so contact Movado to find out how to get this done. Here's their website:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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