Posted by Danilo Lopez on 13th Jan 2016
I took My watch to get the battery change and for my surprise out the two places where I took it none of them couldn't change the battery as they say that it was something wrong with the watch. I took the time to do it myself and it took me 30' min. the most to figure out how and now it will take me 15' min. to do it.
Great Watch I recommended.
Posted by C. Page on 10th Dec 2015
Spintso's instructions (I had to get from Spintso's site) seriously need work. A close reader like me had a rough time figuring out what should have been a very simple process because the instructions omit vital details. So just be ready for an hour of frustration the first change out. After that, it's easy. There's a tiny little spreader plate @4mm diameter that springs out of nowhere when you pull the batteries from the actual compartment so be ready to work on some white paper. When you replace the bottom battery be ready for the vibration feature to go off (startled both me and the cat), it's okay. Pay attention to which band is top and bottom, the interior and the back are easy to align top and bottom. Keep the six screws in the back for easiest replacement. Also consider a small set of needle nose player and some canned air with a narrow straw/nozzle. Also use firm but even and steady pressure when pushing and pulling the pins in the watch handles (they get removed first) and be careful you don't break them. Getting the posts back into the bands is challenging and you'll need the air and needle nose pliers to pick out the plastic bits that inevitably clog the interior thread on the end. Now that I've done it once with all the commensurate cussin', it's all good. Worth the money. After that, replacement batts are all you need.