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I don't know what battery number my U10022G1 guess watch takes. I pulled the battery out and kept it in my purse to replace it but it was lost..All I remember was that it said Maxell but I don

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    guerrerojmr Mar 24, 2012

    i want to order the battery online b/c I know its way cheaper...like a few bucks so I need the battery number instead of going to a jeweler to fix it for me.

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Just go to your local jewlers and they will be able to help you.

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Hi Meredith,

Please browse link above for the Guess Support. You might want to try asking them for some battery replacement.

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