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I have the luminox #3067 watch. It had a 1.5 volt (renata 395) battery. Is there a 3 volt battery that I can replace it with ?

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Never replace a 1.5 cell with a 3volt, it will damage the movement...and besides, replacing with a higher voltage will not make it last longer or run 'better'...it only needs 1.5volts to function properly

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