20 Most Recent Fossil CH2332 Wrist Watch Questions & Answers

You can remove any watchband using a pocket knife trying to get between the back side of the band and the watch. Gently pry sideways until you see the spring-loaded end coming out. Flex the band back from the watch as you do this action.

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Nov 28, 2013

The battery type will be in the manual that came with the watch. No manual? Open the watch and see what it is. 95% of the time Walmart will have the one you need @$5 Or, just take it there. They will do it for you.

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Dec 27, 2009

If it not obvious how the hinge pins are removed, then I suggest that you go to a watch shop to do it for you.

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Dec 27, 2009

Your description of the problem is not clear but if it is not running properly and is within the warranty period, then take it back.

If it is outside its warranty period then a watch repairer will sort it out for you.

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Dec 27, 2009

pull out the crown and press either the start button or split button. One of those will move the sec needle.

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Dec 31, 2008

go to fossil.com click on customer support that is where the manuals are hope this helps

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on May 31, 2008

smash it with a hammer

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Feb 24, 2008

Believe it or not there is a special way/tool used to take the pins out. I had a similar problem with my watch and had to take it to a jeweler to get it done properly. I fumbled with for a while and finally just took it to a professional. You will do more damage or may even break it if you try to do it yourself. Maybe take it back to the store where you purchased it and have them do it for you free of charge depending on how long ago you got it.

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Jan 03, 2008

It is primarily cosmetic - the bezel was originally designed for diving, military activities or similar where counting down time was critical. Before digital stopwatches etc were built into watches as a feature, what you did as a diver was turn the bezel to the time (say 30 minutes) of air you had left, then the minute hand would travel around the face to the position 0 on the bezel, telling you 30 minutes had passed. You often find compass directions, various job specific calculators etc on bezels also, but unless you need a stopwatch / time reminder and don't have that feature in the watch itself, then it is purely a tradition to include a rotating bezel. The original bezels would have the time markings going the opposite way to the watch face usually, however on many modern watches, they often go the same way, allowing you to see how much time has passed, rather than how much you have left. Hope this clears things up :)

Fossil CH2332... | Answered on Mar 31, 2007

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Fossil CH... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

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