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watch wrench used to replace battery

Are you frustrated because your watch battery is dead or it dies quickly? Bring your watches to our experts and we can provide you with professional watch battery replacement.

Changing your watch battery requires experience and skill, and our staff is highly trained to handle any of your watches while you wait in our Marina Del Rey location.

Our great reputation in the quality of work we provide, is why we are one of the best places in The Greater Metroplotian Area of Los Angeles to get your watch battery replaced.

Have you been to other watch stores who have changed your watch battery and days later your watch is fogging up? Do you have a high-end Swiss watch that needs a battery and you don't know where to take it? You don't need to look any further. We specialize in water resistant watches and we are highly trained to provide you with Swiss watch battery replacement. Our company can replace the battery in your Swiss watch, reseal it, and water test it just like the factory! We even specialize in dive watch battery replacement with a same day turn around.

Proper procedures are required in changing a battery in a water proof watch. Our company has all the state of the art equipment to provide you with this service.

Now stop worrying where to take your watch to change the battery and trust our experts to install all of your watch batteries for you. Our online reviews prove that we are the best place in Los Angeles to get your watch battery replaced.

 

How a battery powers a quartz watch movement

A watch battery sends an electrical current to a small quartz crystal, causing it to electrify the crystal to create vibrations. These vibrations keep the movement oscillating and drive the motor to move the watch hands.

Indication that your watch battery needs to be replaced

When your battery is going bad, often your watch will lose time. Other times your watch will keep perfect time, but the second hand will jump in two to five second intervals indicating that it is time to replace your battery. The last way to know that your battery is dead, is when your watch completely stops.

Our Procedure in Replacing Your Watch Battery

Step 1

Preparation for replacing the battery on your quartz watch.

The first thing our technicians will do is analyze your watch to distinguish immediately the proper tool required to replace your battery. This picture illustrates a watch in which the back pops open with a special blade.
Step 2

Identify the proper tool to replace the battery.

This picture illustrates a watch that requires a wrench to open the case back.  This is the most common tool used for replacing batteries on dive watches or any other water resistant type watches.
Step 3

Removing your watch battery

It is very imperative that when removing your battery, not to get any fingerprints or dust anywhere inside.
Step 4

Identify which battery your timepiece takes and install it

Our technician carefully examines the parts inside for any dust, water, or damage. From here, we confirm the battery necessary for replacement.
Once we confirmed the parts around the contacts are okay, your battery is carefully installed.
Step 5

Confirm the watch is working with a new battery

Once we confirm your watch is ticking, we are ready to go through all your gaskets and water testing. If your battery leaked acid from sitting around or your watch just needs additional service, we can assist you.

If your watch is not working with a new battery

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Additional Watch Services

Our experience, quality, and equipment for replacing batteries on water resistant watches tops anyone in the industry. On every watch battery replacement we provide, we also offer an additonal service to reseal and water test your watch with same day service. In a water test, thorough compression checks are performed with state of the art equipment to test for any leaks. If your watch passes all the water test, you will recieve a printout that your watch passed all the test for water, and you are ready to swim, dive, or just wash your hands with the watch again.

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Replacing Batteries on Water Resistant Watches

 

 

Our company stocks over a hundred different types of button cell batteries in silver oxide and lithium. You can also visit our store to purchase a battery for any of your calculators, clocks, key fobs, toys, key alarms, garage door openers, portable radios, watches, and many other portable devices that require a source for electrical power. The following is a chart of just some of the more popular batteries we carry in stock in silver oxide and lithium: 301 (SR43SW), 303 (SR44SW), 309 (SR754SW), 315 (SR716SW), 317 (516SW), 319 (SR527SW), 321 (SR616SW), CR 2325, CR 2450 N, 329 (SR731SW), 335 (SR512SW), 337 (SR416), 339 (SR614SW), 341 (SR714SW),  LR 44, 344 (SR1136SW), 346 (SR712SW), 350 (SR1136W), N (1.5 volts), 357 (SR44W), 361 (SR721W), 362 (SR721SW), 364(SR621SW), 365 (SR1116W), 366 (SR1116), 370 (SR920W), 371 (SR920SW), 373 (SR916SW), 376 (SR626W), 377(SR626SW), 389 (SR1130W), 390 (SR1130SW), 391 (SR1120W), 392 (SR41W), 393 (SR754W), 394 (SR936SW), 395 (SR927SW), 396 (SR726W), 397 (SR726SW), 399 (SR927W), 2012, 1025, 1216, 1220, 1225, 1616, 1620, 1632, 2016, 2025, 2032, 2320, and 2430.

Marina Bay Watch Company specializes in watch battery replacement and factory sealing on Accutron, Audemars, Ball, Baume & Mercier, Bedat, Bell & Ross, Benrus, BertolIuci, Blancpain, Breitling, Bulgari, Bulova, Burberry, Caravelle, Cartier, Casio, Chanel, Charriol, Chopard, Chronoswiss, Citizen, Concord, Corum, Diesel, Dior, Doxa, Ebel, Elgin, Emporio Armani, Ernest Borel, ESQ, Eterna, Fendi, Festina, Fortis, Fossil, Geneva, Girard-Perregaux, Glashute, Glycine, G-Shock, Gucci, Hamilton, Hermes, Hublot, Illinois, Invicta, IWC, Jacob & Co., Jaeger-LeCoultre, Jorg Gray, Jules Jurgensen, Kate Spade, Longines, Lorus, Luminox, Mathey-Tissot, Maurice Lacroix, Michael Kors, Michele, Mido, Montblanc, Movado, Nixon, Omega, Orient, Oris, Panerai, Patek Philippe, Philip Stein, Piaget, Porshe, Prada, Pulsar, Rado, Raymond Weil, Relic, Rolex, Rotary, Sector, Seiko, Shinola, Skagen, Stuhrling, Suunto, Swatch, Tag Heuer, Technomarine, Tiffany & Co., Tissot, Tommy Hilfiger, Tourneau, Toy, Tudor, Tutima, Tw Steel, U-Boat, Ulysse Nardin, Universal Geneve, Vacheron Constantin, Versace, Vestal, Victorinox Swiss Army, Wenger, and Zodiac watches.