Question about Fossil Watches
It can probably be removed by using a small screwdriver between the back and the body and twisting while applying pressure.
Be careful to avoid stabbing yourself when the screwdriver slips (as it will) - used strong gloves!
A word of warning, one of the cries I see on this site is "how do I get the back on again".
The best option is to take the watch to a jewelers to replace the battery for you - doing it yourself can be more trouble than it is worth, especially if seals are involved.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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