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Yes, it has a Swiss Quartz movement, so a battery is what makes your watch work. Need a new battery? Take it an authorized dealer or other business that has the right tool to open the case. It's not worth ruining an expensive watch just to save a couple of dollars to change the battery.
Save yourself the time and frustration and take it to a reputable watch repair shop and let them adjust your band for you. Could be screws or could be pins! Plus if anything small drops you might not find it again!
There is a tool that you need that adjusts to the three holes or
openings in the back of your watch and it just screws off. If you don't
have access to the tool, simply take two push pins and CAREFULLY insert
them into the openings and unscrew the back cover. Remember that it
unscrews counter-clockwise.This will give you access to the battery simply take it out and go to the store to buy a replacement repeat the process to install the cover back on.