The time has stopped working on your Invicta watch and you need to know how to change an Invicta watch battery. Invicta watches, like many other name brand watches, have a pretty long batter life, but eventually you will need to change your battery. If you are trying to save money, you can purchase a watch battery and change the Invicta watch battery yourself. Changing a watch battery is and easy process that just about anyone can do in the comfort of their own home. Just follow a few simple steps and you will have your Invicta watch battery changed in no time.
To change and Invicta watch battery you need:
- new watch battery
- lint-free cloth
- tiny screwdriver
- tweezers (optional)
- Take off the back cover. Lay the Invicta watch face down on the lint-free cloth to prevent the face from being scratched. To remove the back case cover, rotate it with your fingers in a counter-clockwise position to loosen it. Remove the back cover completely from the back of the watch.
- Remove the rubber gasket. The gasket is the round rubber piece that is found once you remove the back cover from your Invicta watch. Gently pick up the rubber gasket and set it aside to replace later.
- Remove the watch battery. The Invicta watch battery is usually located underneath a small strap or clip that secures the battery in the battery compartment. Remove the watch battery by inserting your fingernail or tiny screwdriver underneath the battery and pry it out of the battery compartment. If needed, move the small strap or clip out of the way to before removing the battery.
- Replace the new battery. Use your fingernails or tweezers to insert the Invicta watch battery into its holder. Make sure the strap or clip is out of the way first. Put the new battery in the same direction the old battery was in. Replace the rubber gasket and then replace the back cover on your watch.
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