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How to do you open the case to change the battery?

How to do you open the case to change the battery on the Al Agnew Exclusive Edition "Majestic Flight"? Thanks!

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Take your watch to your nearest watch shop and ask them to do it for you.

You can get into difficulty replacing batteries and it is not worth the risk for the small cost saving in doing it yourself.

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