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Batteries leakage prevention

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Batteries leakage prevention

Post10 Mar 2019, 21:25

Hello,

I have several LED watches and some, I do not wear them often.
For example, my Pulsar P4 and my Pulsar Calculator still work with the same batteries for 2 years.
Do you think it would be better to change them every year or can I wait until the batteries are empty?
I’m afraid about the battery leakage.
I specify that I use Renata or Varta batteries.

Thank for help.
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Re: Batteries leakage prevention

Post12 Mar 2019, 16:31

hi, if your NOT wearing watches for a long time , then its best to leave batteries out. your watch will still work when you put them back
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Re: Batteries leakage prevention

Post26 Mar 2019, 18:49

Totally agree, I'll need to be disciplined into checking my watches occasionally, it's very easy to let then sit in their cases and let the batteries run dry. I paid dearly with my Seiko 6034-5019 movement. Had to completely overhaul the movement and while I got it to working condition it's still has issues in the time setting and chrono modes...

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