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Might go to a shopping mail, and ask for the battery to be replaced at a watch or jewelry store for a small fee.

I searched for Invicta stores on the internet using https://www.google.com

You may wish to call them.

https://invictastores.com/

844-468-4282

Invicta Watches | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


probably a 371 EverReady

Invicta Watches | Answered on May 28, 2019


Take your Invicta watch to a jeweler to have battery type identified.

Invicta Watches | Answered on May 05, 2019


It appears you will be changing the battery yourself.
If so I would suggest to unscrew the case and read the ID on the battery. The Maxell reference guide will let you choose based on voltage, size, etc.
Be careful with an O-ring that keeps moisture out.
http://www.sauseng.at/download/prospekte/maxell/Micro_Battery_Cross_Reference_Guide.pdf

Invicta Watches | Answered on Mar 11, 2019


Just take the watch to a local jeweler. Battery replaced while you wait for $8 to $15.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r27181038-changing_watch_batteries

Invicta Watches | Answered on Feb 28, 2019


Most watches require a special tool, if you do have anything that was made for the removal of the back then don't try, take it to a jeweler to buy the battery they usually open it for free
contact this place Phone: 844-663-1128
Email: service@invictastores.com
and they can tell you exactly what tool you need- you must provide contact information to them before they can help you

https://www.6ya.com/mr.mike

Invicta Watches | Answered on Feb 01, 2019


Take your Invicta watch to a jeweler who will open it, identify the battery type, and perhaps sell and install a new one.

Invicta Watches | Answered on Jan 12, 2019


Google (invicta)(89280B)(manual) without parens.

Invicta Watches | Answered on Jan 02, 2019


The battery number should be engraved on the back.

Invicta Watches | Answered on Dec 23, 2018


Nobody knows this information. You use the same battery that is inside it. My advice is to take it to a local jeweler. They have all the batteries and the tools and know how to remove the back. The cost is 8 to 15 bucks and is done in 5 minutes whilst you wait. It really isn't cost effective to do it yourself as generally, you will have to buy 10 batteries in a pack. Also, if you damage the back, or any screws, the cost is buying a new watch. This watch is water resistant to 100 metres, so it also has gaskets to contend with. It is a $795 watch, do you really want to do this yourself!

https://www.invictawatch.com/watches/detail/14813-invicta-sea-spider-men-50mm-stainless-steel-gold-gold-dial-vd54-quartz

Invicta Watches | Answered on Dec 05, 2018


Take it to a local jeweler. They have the tools and all the batteries. Done whilst you wait for between $8 and $15.

Invicta Watches | Answered on Dec 04, 2018

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