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  1. Thanks. definitely 715. I've seen these movements on ebay for about £5 or £6. Is that right, are they that cheap? I saw the same watch sell for about £25, so it's obviously not worth spending a lot on, but I'd rather repair it even if I spend a disproportionate amount of time on it. I assume it's not difficult to remove the wider? Thanks again.
  2. Thank you for your reply. Now I know why you need a good magnifying glass. I thinks it’s 715, but I’ll know when the new loupe arrives in the post.
  3. Edit. The watch is a Zeitner Aqua Sport Z2000M.
  4. Hi. I’m new to the forum. My wife and I have 60 or more watches between us, so I replace the batteries and straps myself to save on cost and weekly visits to the jewellers. I repair laptops for a living and I’ve decided to tackle some of the non working watches in our collection that may need more than just a battery. Thanks in advance for any advice, I’ll try not to ask too many stupid questions.
  5. Hi. I'm new to the forum. I have a modest collection of watches that we've bought over the years. One is a Zeitner Aquagraph that was opened up to replace the battery, which was subsequently lost before the replacement battery was ordered. The movement appears to have the name Ronda on it and looks gold plated. What I need to know is what size battery this takes and if that's not the problem, is the movement worth replacing? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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