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Just take it to a local jeweller and they will change the battery whilst you wait for $6 to $8

Fossil ME1020... | Answered on Sep 27, 2016


hello,most watches and all their related work can be carried out by a watch-smiths workshop,or head to a local market stall,there you will find all manner of help from the multitude of trades available. hope that helps, cheers.

Fossil ME1020... | Answered on Jun 25, 2014


I have a Fossil Twist ME1011, basically the same idea behind the one you have. What happens is there is a weighted third-circle that is in the back of the watch behind the battery (you can't see it) that spins a spring (the spring is the bottom seethrough part that ISN"T moving!) the spring then moved the UPPER seethrough part, which in turn spins the second hand!

IF the second hand stops working, carefully take the back off the watch and you'll see the weighted third-circle that I was talking about. It should spin, and in the middle there is a tiny flat head screw. The screw can get loose, so gently tighten it and the second hand should work again!

Fossil ME1020... | Answered on Apr 09, 2013


Actually there is no instruction manual for ME1020 available on Fossil website except for how to replace the battery. When you try to match ME1020 model with the available diagrams, there is no match (4 eyes). To set the time, pull the crown out to the second position. Now set the min/hour hands. Date hand is linked to it so keep rotating the crown till the date is set is set correctly. Now remaining is the day setting. Notice that the day changes every 24 hour mark on the 24 Hour sub-dial, so cross this mark to change the day. Go reverse & again cross the 24 hour mark to get the next day. Repeat this till you get the correct day setting. Now your day is also set along with date & time!

Fossil ME1020... | Answered on Mar 27, 2012


Fossil Twist watches are somewhat odd ducks; there is no connection between the automatic watch mechanism that powers the second hand and the rest of the watch, which is powered by a battery-operated quartz movement. Unlike a Citizen Eco-Drive or Seiko Kinetic, the automatic rotor does not power or charge the electronic side of the watch in any way.

Fossil ME1020... | Answered on May 11, 2011

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