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How to Change a Swatch Battery

    Step 1

    Turn the watch over and do one of the following:

    For Touch or Fun Scuba watches: Locate the small indent under the battery cover, insert a corner of the tip of the screwdriver into the indent, and then pop the battery cover off.

    For Skin watches: Slide the tip of the screwdriver under the battery cover and pop the battery cover off.

    For all other models: Insert the tip of a flat-head screwdriver into the slot above the + sign and turn the battery cover counter-clockwise about 1/8 of the circumference of the watch.

    Step 2

    Remove the battery and look for a three-digit number, such as 390, on the battery case.

    Step 3

    Shop for a battery. For example, to find your battery online, search for “390 watch battery.”

    Step 4

    Put the new battery in the watch plus (+) side up.

    Step 5

    Replace the battery cover. Use a flat-head screwdriver to screw a metal cover back into place. The plastic covers snap into place.

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Tips

  • The Swatch warranty does not cover the life of the battery.

Warnings

  • For the waterproof models, such as the Touch or Fun Scuba, be careful not to harm the rubber gasket when you remove the battery and carefully position the gasket when you replace the battery cover.

Things Needed

  • Flathead screwdriver
  • New battery

About the Author

Kim Wiseman has been writing about software applications for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries since 1986. Her work has appeared in "Scientific Computing and Automation" and "Molecular Connection," as well as on the desktops of scientists looking for help on how to use their scientific software applications. Wiseman holds a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of California-Santa Cruz.

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