Question about Watches
Actually, you have 3 possibilities for taking the back off a watch. It depends of the type of watch you have. First type, 4 little screws, one in each corner of the watch. Use a precision screwdrivers and you won't have any problem. The 2nd type is a cap that you'll need to pop. If you don't have watch tools, i suggest you use a butter knife, it's relatively safe and most of the time you can manage to get it open. The last type is a lot more tricky. You need to squeeze that cap in a tool and unscrew the cap. I never managed to do it without the right tool, even with the tool it's really hard. So if you have that type of watch, I suggest you go in your local jewelery store and ask them to open it for you.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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