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Fossil Watch Battery Size Guide: Which Do You Need?


Fossil Watch Battery Size

What size battery does your Fossil Watch need?

If you are have a Fossil watch that needs a new battery you are probably considering your options for repair and curious about what Fossil Watch Battery Size you need.

The most accurate answer is that "it depends". Fossil watches take a few different size batteries depending on the model of watch. The only way to tell for sure is to open the watch up (see our how to change a fossil watch battery guide) to see how to open a Fossil watch and see the battery type.

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Fossil Watch Battery Size:

Here at Watch Gnome, we have changed hundreds of Fossil watch batteries with our Fossil watch battery replacement service and very carefully track the types of batteries:

  • Most Popular: 370 / 371 We have found that 50% of the Fossil watch batteries we change are this type. 
  • Second Place: 377 The second most popular Fossil watch battery size is the 377 with 30% of the watches we change.
  • Third Place: 364 The remaining 20% of the Fossil watch batteries we change are sized 364.


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Options For Fossil Battery Replacement

If your Fossil watch stopped ticking, it's best to get the battery changed and get it running again. Fossil watches are a reasonable investment at $75 to $300 each, and it's work repairing the battery as opposed to just buying a new watch.

  1. DIY: If you are reading this post, it's likely you are bit of a DIYer and considering changing the battery yourself. We applaud your ingenuity! A few helpful hints:
    • Fossil Battery Cost: About $6-12 if you buy just one, high quality battery
    • Use The Right Tools: There are a lot of tips and tricks to change batteries with "house hold tools" - This is totally fine, but just be aware there is some risk of scratching or damaging the watch. So just be careful!
  2. Local Jeweler or Watch Repair: Again another great option if you can find one you trust and can spare the 60-90 minutes to travel there and drop the watch off.
    • Cost: Expect to pay between $25 - $50 for this option
  3. Battery Replacement by Mail: If you are looking to get your Fossil watch battery replaced by a professional but would like to save some time and money, consider Watch Gnome. We can change your battery for as little as $20 and do the whole thing without you having to leave your house.


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Watch Gnome is America's #1 provider of online watch battery replacement via mail and we have serviced thousands of watches. See how our process works and how much it costs!


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