Watch Battery Size Cross Reference

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Watch Battery Size Cross Reference

Post by koimaster » July 12th 2020, 10:07pm

Watch Battery Size Cross Reference / Equivalent Chart


The watch battery cross reference chart or also know as the button battery cross reference chart is easy to use. Find the brand of your battery, then follow it down your battery model. The equivalent battery will be at the beginning of that row. Click on the blue link to go to your battery options and purchase your replacement. For example, if you are looking for a watch battery replacement for your watch, and it was a Maxell SR626SW, you would scroll down the Maxell column until you found the part. Then at the beginning of the row you see what your SR626SW battery equivalent was a 377. The rows are highlighted across for easy reading.

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Re: Watch Battery Size Cross Reference

Post by Hawk » July 13th 2020, 6:58am

A watch battery is an essential and central element in the dramatis personae in the fables oft retold at a defunct forum known as WG.

They usually started with "So I went to the local jeweler to get a new battery for my invicter and this happened:" Then the stories would range from offensive comments all the way to smashing display cases with one's venom.

The form of these epic tales usually followed the Joseph Campbell model closely where our intrepid invicter hero took on the role of Odysseus.
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