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Maxell Renata Watch Batteries Last

By Jerry Phillips

Batteries or cells are a great source of energy for watches, phones, torches, flashlights among other stuff. The batteries tend to get exhausted with time and the frequency of use. When you use a flashlight more often, its battery is likely to run out fast and become useless. Timepiece batteries last for long especially after buying a quality timepiece. When they start running out, you will be able to tell because the timepiece will give you simple signs such as minimal movement of the second hand. You do not have to feel a pinch if your Renata watch batteries just so happens to die. Replacement is often the best choice and with the following tips, you will get your watch running back just like other new watches.

Sure, we are not talking about the extremely expensive watches that promise a battery life measured in generations, we are talking about the normal mid range and slightly high end watches that most people are pleased to buy and display on their wrists. The battery sits right behind the timepiece, and can sometimes be seen as either one or two button cell batteries, each with AA rating of a maximum of 3V and able to power the timepiece for a couple of years at least.

While a mercury battery can last you about three years, when you finally run out of juice, be sure to dispose of them properly. While they can be fairly cheap, there is also a huge risk - so, be careful if you do decide to purchase one. A mercury battery will set you back quite a bit, because it is so dangerous. You probably won't be able to find a new battery anywhere in the US.

Alkaline Timepiece Batteries- If you've purchased a cheap timepiece, chances are this is the type of battery it has in it. In fact, it's hard to find a cheaply made timepiece that doesn't have an alkaline battery in it. These are the more common batteries, mostly because you can purchase them very cheaply. You can grab one for less than a dollar at any gas station, drug store, or convenience store. In a pinch, an alkaline timepiece battery will do.

You can replace the battery yourself, but it is not a good idea for you to do so, because it is a delicate piece of machinery that you are dealing with. Go to a timepiece repairer and if possible, ask for a Maxell timepiece battery; these are among the more dependable and effective batteries out there that you can depend on to replace the factory stock cells and keep your timepiece going.

Take the battery off- With the help of the pin, you can take off the battery by sliding it gently under the battery and applying some little effort to pop it out. This should take you a few seconds. Once you have taken off the battery, look at it closely to note its serial number. With that knowledge, you can proceed to the shop to get a new battery compatible to your timepiece. When replacing it, ensure to keep the positive side up. Put things back together again and your timepiece will running like before.

Lithium- The lithium battery is, without a doubt, the most expensive timepiece battery. But it is for good reason - these batteries have the highest capacity, and can last the longest. How long? Up to ten years, maybe longer, depending on your timepiece, how powerful it is, and what you do with it. You shouldn't use a lithium battery on a high drain timepiece, however. Check your timepiece's manual to see what sort of drain it takes on the timepiece.

Also, high-dollar watches should always be brought to a jeweler, because you'd hate to ruin an expensive watch. I hope this guide has helped you out and that you are now familiar with the whole process of replacing your cells like a pro.

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