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Replaceing battery for colibri pocket watch

[email protected] thanks for any info,or take it to watchmaker to have battery replaced

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  • hojtoot Mar 22, 2009

    how do you take the front of watch off second hand came off

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    battery for COLIBRI TIME KEEPER DIGITAL TRAVEL ALARM SANDSTONE POCKET CLOCK #CLK3018

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Hi, replacing battery can be found on amazon, take a look here: Rayovac Batteries Lasts as Long Costs Less. Wish you best of luck.

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Just figured this out myself - couldn't find an answer on the internet or Colibri's website.

Look at the bottom edge of the pocket watch near the hinge (the end opposite of the post). On my watch, there is a small indentation, barely noticable, along the bottom of the side of the back cover directly opposite (but very near) to the hinge. Take a small fine screwdriver (as you would use to change a screw in a pair of glasses), and gently pry that into the groove. A small amount of force is required, but the back just "pops" off.

Keep in mind, there is a risk of scratching the cover. So if that risk is unacceptablen to you, a watch store should be able to do this as well. But it was pretty easy. Hope that helps.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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How to change the battery colibri swiss pocket watch

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    Go to the watch repairing shop near by your place and get it reapired.

    OR let me know your address so I can provide you the repairing center near you.

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