To replace the battery on your Fossil watch, first remove one of the link pins to open the links, and then remove the back plate along with the plastic seal underneath it. Replace the old battery with a new one, and reassemble the watch.Know More
The first step in replacing your Fossil watch battery with a metal wristband is to open the links by removing one of the link pins; this makes it easier to access the back of the watch. You can accomplish this by using a pin remover tool and gently pushing out a pin from a link. Keep the loose pin somewhere safe.
Next you need to remove the back plate of the watch. The technique varies depending on the watch; some require you to remove screws with a watch wrench, while others simply click out of place with the use of a flat, thin object. Some watches have seals as well. Be sure to lift the plastic seal out along with the back plate.
Finally, simply replace the old battery with a new one. You may need to lift the battery out with a pointed object. Ensure that the new battery is placed in correctly facing upward, and reassemble the watch.
To replace a watch battery, open the band, place the watch in a vice, open up the back, and remove the old battery. Clean out the battery compartment, place the new battery inside, and close the watch.Full Answer >
It's possible to change an Invicta watch battery without a tool. All that's needed is a lint-free cloth and a new watch battery. A tiny screwdriver and tweezers are both optional.Full Answer >
Remove the spring bar on an adjustable watch band to gain access to the pins holding links together. Take out a pin to remove a link, and then rejoin the pieces. You need a bradawl or other thin, pointed object to remove the pin, long-nosed pliers, a craft hammer and material to cushion the bracelet. Removing the link takes less than 30 minutes.Full Answer >
Turn the watch onto its side and place it on a flat surface. Position a micro screwdriver that matches the width of the watch's pin over the right pin of the link to be removed. Lift both sides of the link and gently push the pin down with the screwdriver.Full Answer >