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mcdevito75 here, On this make watch it may be best to bring it to a small watch repair shop in your area. Unless you have changed many watch batteries you could end up scratching the watch, damageing the crystal etc. anyway, the battery is good for a year so why take the chance on hurting the watch.
mcdevito75 here, Yes and No, While any sharp, sudden, or very hard motion of your hand, wrist or arm can hurt a watch, it seldom does, most of the time you"d have to actually bang the watch against a hard surface, Wall, Floor etc to effct the movement, and usually you just scratch the crystal or caseing. .