Question about Watches
Watch backs open three ways, the first way is 1) by small screws you will see them and need to remove them carefully as not to strip the screw head, if there are no small screws the watch could have 2) a screw back, it will have indentations evenly spaced all the way around the back, if it is a screw back it has to go to a jeweler or watch repair for removal with a special tool. You must eliminated 1 and 2, then 3) would be a pop off back, you look around the edge of the back for one indentation along the back of the watch, use a pocketknife to gently pop the back loose. I hope this helps! thank you!
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
If we do not have a Jeweler here or a watch repairer. Where can I send the watch too
Posted on Sep 30, 2011
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