20 Most Recent Michele MW Square Chrono 71-750-CC-311-180 Wrist Watch Questions & Answers

It might have something to do with the timing function. Perhaps when you're not wearing it, you pull the stem out but not all the way? If it's pulled to the second notch and hit one of the 2 pusher buttons, you may be stopping it. And likewise, perhaps you're starting the seconds counter? Google Michele watch instructions for the PDF instruction manual for details.

Michele MW... | Answered on Jul 14, 2014

As per the instruction PDF that I just read, the day of the week only changes with each 24 hour rotation. Therefore to change it, you might pull the crown out all the way and wind it through every hour in each day until it advances to the day you want. Then set the correct time. Push the crown in one notch to the second position and wind the dates forward until it stops on the one you want. It doesn't appear that going backwards for either the time (for day of the week) or date works.

Michele MW... | Answered on Jul 14, 2014

The battery type differs, depending on the movement; what's the model number (on the caseback)?

Michele Watches | Answered on Aug 14, 2019

FIXYA volunteers usually recommend using a jeweler in a local shopping mall who have the correct size tools and batteries for expensive diamond watches.

Michele Watches | Answered on Nov 03, 2018

Take it to a jeweler

Michele Watches | Answered on Mar 11, 2017

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Michele Watches | Answered on Oct 31, 2016

It's too expensive to change it on proper service or mall... you can purchase battery for amazon and change it at home, take a look here: Rayovac Batteries Lasts as Long Costs Less. I hope this helped. Cheers

Michele Watches | Answered on Jan 28, 2015

Seals in water resistant timepieces go bad over time. This exposes the movement to moisture, dust, etc. which can damage your watch, costing expensive service or a new movement. If the watch is worn in the water often, the rule is to replace gaskets every 12 months. If it is occasionally worn in the water, they must be replaced every 18 to 24 months. The seals must be tested properly under the appropriate pressure for the rating of the watch by submerging the timepiece in a pressurized chamber. If your watchmaker is recommending this for a watch rated WR, water resistant, or 30M / 3 BAR don't bother. This should never be worn in the water. If it is for a higher rating (50M/100M+ 5BAR/10BAR+) and you wear it in the water, it may be worth the investment.

Michele Watches | Answered on Jan 19, 2011

better to take it to a service man

Michele Watches | Answered on Dec 13, 2010

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