Question about Fossil Watches
What kind of back do you have? Does the back have 5 little notches on it? If it does it is a screw-off back. With this kind you can use a needle-nose pliers and turn it counter-clockwise and it will come off. If it dosn't have the notches, looaround the back and the watch casing and look for a little lipp or open notched area and take a sharp strong knife and pry it up. If this is a expensive watch, some have a seal that holds the back in place and dosn't really have a notche .Use a razor blade to start it , and then a sharp knife to open compleatly. If you still have problems, please let me know. Good Luck!!
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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