Watch Battery Replacement
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If you have a watch that won’t tick, it might need a new battery.
The actual process of replacing it is very simple, but there are several things you need to know to find the right watch battery replacement.
First, you need to know that only watches with the word “Quartz” in it are battery operated. If yours has a mechanical movement, then a battery isn’t required at all.
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The Many Types Of Watch Batteries
Part of the trouble with watch batteries simply comes from the fact that there are so many types of batteries. Some of the most common ones are:
- Silver Oxide Batteries
- Lithium Batteries
- Rechargeable Watch Batteries
Whatever the type, our Centennial watch repair service can get you in and out with a fully functional watch.
Silver Oxide Batteries
Silver Oxide batteries are the most common type. They are as small as M&M candies (not the peanut kind!) and there are two main forms.
The first is secured in place using a spring-loaded arm. The top of the battery is very much visible, with just a small fraction of one edge hidden in the arm.
The second form is the one that you’ll see in a watch case back. They are secured in place using cell straps. This strap is a delicate metal attachment sitting across the top of a watch battery. It is secured in place using small screws.
While the overall idea is simple (just replace the batteries) it can be frustrating at best and downright impossible without the right tools at worst.
Lithium batteries are becoming more popular in sports and digital watches because of its many features. You can easily spot a lithium battery because of their thinness and big size. They are being secured in place using a large latch strap to keep them connected in a battery plate.
Rechargeable Watch Batteries
Also popular these days are rechargeable watch batteries. Rechargeable is always convenient. Actually, these batteries will also wear down through time. Rechargeable watch batteries come in different variations and are not easy to replace.