Stay on time with replacement LR44 watch batteries
Ensure you are always on time for your appointments by picking up a few spare LR44 watch batteries. A battery operated watch is not much use once the battery dies and unless you have time to take it to a professional, you're going to have to replace it. Stocking up on spare watch batteries is the sensible option for anybody who takes their schedule seriously.
Whether you plan on replacing the battery your self or taking it to a specialist, it's worth having a number of these button cell batteries to hand.Do it yourself
Replacing a watch battery is a fairly simple process for many watch models. If you know what you're doing, you can save money on exy watch repair fees by purchasing your own watch batteries and doing the job yourself. LR44 batteries are small and circular alkaline batteries that will usually sit just under the back of the watch face. You may need specialist watch repair kits and tools to get the watch open, depending on the brand.
The same type of battery will not fit every brand of watch, so make sure you know what is needed before you go ahead and purchase in bulk. The LR44 will fit more than just your watch, so they are useful to have around.
If you find your watch isn't keeping time as accurately as it once did, this is a sign that the battery may need replacing.Save time and money
When it comes to alkaline batteries, there are button cell batteries from leading brands like Energizer and Maxell. You'll find batteries in packs of two, six, ten, or even bulk packs containing 50 or more cell batteries. Bulk buying is a good idea if you wear a battery powered watch every day or run your own watch repair shop.