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Who knows where I can get a decent watch battery changing kit? Although it's not necessary for batteries
to be changed often I still don't want to pay so much to get it done and i'm trying to learn how but i'm a bit nervous getting started, if any of you have any info, please shere.
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That's a really attractive watch, and not at all the really over the top Versace look which makes me shudder. Should hold its value because of the Versace name. Good deal!
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Would never think of buying a Versace watch, but for that price + style, it's not too bad!
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A "swiss" italian watch?
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Not bad, considering the cheapest knockoff I can find of the one featured is $259
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Would be better if it was a nice automatic movement but its quartz. At least it has sapphire... but your money is better spent elsewhere.
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Is this the best deal ever, I sort of remember these selling at $350 at some point? [I could be wrong].
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Quote from FastFlap
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Who knows where I can get a decent watch battery changing kit? Although it's not necessary for batteries
to be changed often I still don't want to pay so much to get it done and i'm trying to learn how but i'm a bit nervous getting started, if any of you have any info, please shere.
From the pics of this watch, the rear has a circular dimples to remove the case-back. The notched back is the most common, but the same tool works on both.

Buy a watch case opener like this one
https://www.harborfreight.com/wat...91550.html

It comes with pins that insert into those circular dimples (along with extra sets for square and notched). The pins line up and the tool spins the case back to remove. Getting the battery sometimes also involved unscrewing a tiny screw that holds down the battery. You'll need watch size screwdrivers.
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It's made in the Italian part of Switzerland 🇨🇭. Super good deal. Buying multiple and holding long.
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Quote from AlanTheWoo
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From the pics of this watch, the rear has a circular dimples to remove the case-back. The notched back is the most common, but the same tool works on both.

Buy a watch case opener like this one
https://www.harborfreight.com/wat...91550.html

It comes with pins that insert into those circular dimples (along with extra sets for square and notched). The pins line up and the tool spins the case back to remove. Getting the battery sometimes also involved unscrewing a tiny screw that holds down the battery. You'll need watch size screwdrivers.

Thank you, I really appreciate it!
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