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    Tissot touch II battery question

    Hi everybody hope you are all well

    Iím in the middle off changing the battery on my tissot touch II and in the manual it read battery is a cr1632 but now I have removed the battery itís a cr 2032

    So question is whatís wrong the book or the battery thatís in it , a quick Google search looks as if the cr1632 is a small battery but that could be just a generic pictures Iím looking at

    Any help would be great many thanks Andy (iceblue)

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    I Ďthinkí the CR 1632 will be 16mm across and the CR2020 will be 20mm across
    The 1st part of the name is the diameter the second is the height so if the Ďhole is 20mm thatís probably right

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    Quote Originally Posted by lewie View Post
    I Ďthinkí the CR 1632 will be 16mm across and the CR2020 will be 20mm across
    The 1st part of the name is the diameter the second is the height so if the Ďhole is 20mm thatís probably right
    I never new that that now makes total sense thank you

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    I think the original took a CR1632 and the 11 and expert take CR2032- Iím sure someone will confirm that

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    There's a wikipedia page which attempts to break down most of the coding. (As per International standard IEC 60086-3.)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Button_cell#Package_size

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    Thanks everyone so great usefully info getting a cr2032 today so will update once fitted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis9 View Post
    When you get the right battery don't hold it between finger and thumb to fit it. This discharges some power and shortens the battery life.

    I use a cheap pair of plastic tweezers.
    That's nonsense, discharge would be negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingstepper View Post
    That's nonsense, discharge would be negligible.
    Yes, thatís exactly what I thought!

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    Just to update the thread

    So after getting cr2032 and using latex gloves to put the battery in (thanks for the info guys ) it fits perfect the hardest part wasnít fitting the battery is was synchronising the hand to the digital part lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceblue View Post
    Just to update the thread

    So after getting cr2032 and using latex gloves to put the battery in (thanks for the info guys ) it fits perfect the hardest part wasnít fitting the battery is was synchronising the hand to the digital part lol
    Well done, and I agree, the syncing is a pain,
    Just think, you get to do that again in a few weeks!
    Cheers..
    Jase

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    Well done, and I agree, the syncing is a pain,
    Just think, you get to do that again in a few weeks!
    Nnnooooooooooo lol

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