How do you change the battery in a Timex Expedition Indiglo watch?

How do you change the battery in a Timex Expedition Indiglo watch?

How to Change a Watch Battery

  1. Remove the watch back.
  2. Place the gasket to the side.
  3. Find and remove the battery.
  4. Insert the new battery.
  5. Test your work.
  6. Replace the gasket and watch back.

How do you remove the battery from a Timex Expedition watch?

Make sure the little arrow on the back is aimed to the right. Then, insert a small flat head screwdriver into the notch on the edge, and lever the back open. Place the back to one side. Unscrew the clip holding the battery (if your model has a clip), and remove the battery.

How do you set a Timex Expedition?

The Timex Expedition is a type of digital, outdoor watch that features a stopwatch, alarm clock, and timer. There are twenty-four different types of Timex Expedition watches, but they are all set in a very similar way. Setting your Timex Expedition is done by pressing a series of button combinations on the watch itself.

How do you replace the battery in a Timex Ironman?

Insert the replacement battery into your Timex Ironman 30 watch. Release the metal battery strap to hold the battery in place. Cover the battery and battery strap with the protective sticker. Snap the watch’s back cover back into place. Replace the four screws and tighten them with your optical Philips screwdriver.

How do you change the battery in a Timex watch?

Place a new battery into the Timex watch, making sure that it is facing the same way as the original battery. Gently replace the clip and the rubber gasket. Double check that the watch is working and make sure that everything on the inside of the watch is oriented correctly.

When was the first Timex Indiglo watch made?

The Indiglo name was originally developed by Austin Innovations Inc. Timex introduced the Indiglo technology in 1992 in their Ironman watch line and subsequently expanded its use to 70% of their watch line, including men’s and women’s watches, sport watches and chronographs.