1. The traditional watch battery replacement.
2. The most popular option that our customers have loved over the years and also the recommended way by all manufacturers on the market these days. This service includes 5yrs unlimited replacement. Watch will be serviced, cleaned inside & out, gaskets lubricated or replaced depending on the age of the watch.
3. Pressure test to assure your watch is sealed properly to avoid air, dust, moisture leaks to preserve the life of the watch mechanism. Highly recommended by all watch brands on the market especially diving watches. This service comes with a free 5 years unlimited watch battery replacement, same process every time for peace of mind.
All watch batteries while you wait about 10-15 minutes, we are located next to Dierbergs Markets so drop off your repair and walk next door for grocery shopping.
When you replace your watch battery you have to open the watch and that breaks the seal. So it’s important to seal your watch back to avoid moisture or water damage and that’s way many responsible stores or department stores say we have to ship your watch out. The worst thing you can do is open the watch and close it back without making sure the watch is sealed properly, that’s why many people these days get foggy glass or water inside their watch without knowing the reason behind it.
Every watch we open we make sure it’s sealed back correctly to avoid damaging your watch. We also follow the manufacturer’s guide lines with the necessary steps. We also include a free of charge 5 year battery guarantee, so you can replace your battery once a year with us. The same process every time, free of charge with peace of mind.
5 Years, meaning all batteries changed under manufacture guide lines comes with 5 years guarantee meaning unlimited replacement for 5 yrs same process every time, usually battery will last about a 1-2 years depending on the watch and its use.
This is a battery end-of-life indicator. Watches with this feature have electronic circuits that detect when the battery voltage is getting low. Their circuitry makes the second hand move forward erratically to alert the wearer that it is time to replace the battery. Installing a new battery should restore the watch’s life so the second hand will advance normally again.
What should I do? Using the chronograph function often or leaving it running constantly will shorten battery life considerably. It is important to understand that more battery power will be required to enable all of the functions other than basic timekeeping. In fact, if left running for extended periods of time, electronic chronograph/stopwatch functions on some watches will stop running automatically. To conserve battery power, it is best to stop the chronograph function when the need for timing is completed.
This is a somewhat common problem, indicating the electronic circuitry may have a defect. One of the factors causing this to happen can be explained using the principles of basic physics. Expansion occurs when there is an increase in temperature. In this case, the electronic circuit may have a bad contact or defect within. When the watch is off the wrist and at room temperature, all of the contact points and circuits function properly. However, when the watch is being worn, your body temperature might cause a slight expansion. The alarm worked fine until the battery was changed. Can this be fixed? Several factors can cause this problem. The most common explanation is that the alarm contact spring is not in the correct position. This can sometimes be an easy fix. Bring your watch in for us to give you a free estimate for the repair.
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