Did your favorite Wenger Watch stop running? We know the feeling, among our staff we have a number of Wengers, but don't fret. WatchGnome offers watch battery replacment for Swiss made Wenger watches and makes it fast, easy and affordable. Unlike other watch shops, WatchGnome handles the whole process for you without you having to leave your house.
Wenger Watch Battery Replacement
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How we make Wenger watch battery replacement easy
- Order: When you place your order, WatchGnome sends a padded box anprepaid return shipping label straight to you
- Pack it up: Just pack your Wenger watch up securely, stick the USPS first class label on the box and drop it in any mailbox
- Replace battery: We get your Wenger watch back to our workshop, change out your old watch battery for a fresh new one, polish it up & set the time
- Straight back to you: We pack it up and send it straight back to your house
You'll get your Wenger back in just a few days without ever having to leave your house!
Wenger Watch Battery Cost
With Watch Gnome getting your Wenger watch battery replaced will cost as little as $20. See our battery replacement costs.
WATCH GNOME WALKS THE WALK
They told me about the box (with padding), prepaid mailing, new battery, quick turnaround time, and that's just what happened!
2 years ago with Company X, it was $100+ and 2 weeks, this time 1/3 the price and half the time. Bravo, Watch Gnome!
It was cleaned and set to the right time - no easy feat with my Tissot. Nice to find a company that does what it promises.
Founded 1893 at Courtetelle in the Canton of Jura, the industrial cutlery house of Paul Boechat & Cie (the future Wenger) received a new contract from the Switzerland's Army to produce knives as the 2nd cutlery manufacturer of the country.
In 1897 Theodore Wenger, a minister who had served in the United States, was returning home to Switzerland and was hired by the group of entrepreneurs that had bought Boechat & Cie two years earlier.
In 1908 the Swiss Army split the manufacturing contract, and half went to Victorinox, and the other half to Wenger in the French-speaking part of the canton of Bern.
In 1929, after Theo Wenger's death, Kaspar Oertli gained majority share in the company.
In 1988, Wenger started producing watches. Wenger Watches are still made in Switzerlan and are related to the basic ideas and concept of the Swiss Army Knife. They are designed to have a multifunctional, outdoor focus. With that said, Wenger does produce several watches designed to focus on elegant appearance.
WatchGnome mail order watch battery replacement
WatchGnome is proud to offer Wenger watch battery replacement and repair. We love their products and are always excited to see one arrive in our mail order watch battery replacement boxes!