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You can contact Kenneth Cole in the address below:
Kenneth Cole Geneva Watch Co Inc 47-50 33rd Long Island City, NY 11101 Phone: (718) 729-8600 Fax: (718) 729-8761
They will direct you to their parts department.
As a certified watch repair tech. I would not recomend changing your own battery. If you can get the back off there is a big chance that you will have difficulty getting the back back on. These watches are meant to be water resistance up to whatever level. When the case is open the seal is broken and needs to be either replaced or silicone needs to be added. This insures that your watch stays water reisitant and now that it is sealed the battery can have a longer life expectancy.
This could be that the battery is slow. Newer swiss watches have a indicator in the movement of the watch that makes the sweep second hand skip every few seconds to indicate that the battery is slow. On regular japan made watches the watch just simply starts slowing down. Your watch could be new but the battery in it could have a long shelf life.