From: Jim on
Need to get a few batteries for a bunch of old watches lying around my
drawer.

Any recommended suppliers?
From: jackie green on
Jim wrote:
> Need to get a few batteries for a bunch of old watches lying around my
> drawer.
>
> Any recommended suppliers?

pound shop usully sell acard with loads on, would do for you to see if they
are still working?


From: LaTerciaReal on
On 24 Feb, 19:46, Jim <nom...(a)riomail.com> wrote:
> Need to get a few batteries for a bunch of old watches lying around my
> drawer.
>
> Any recommended suppliers?

Ebay seems to have sellers doing whole cards of about 20 various
batteries for £1 (plus del, I'm sure), but I used www.cheaperbatteries.co..uk
recently for one battery as it's free delivery. They delivered
quickly, no problems.

LaTerciaReal

From: Stephen Stewart on

"Jim" <nomail(a)riomail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns98E1C91CE4C555D4AM2(a)127.0.0.1...
> Need to get a few batteries for a bunch of old watches lying around my
> drawer.
>
> Any recommended suppliers?


Take them to your local watch repairer down your local market or somewhere
similar.

They're so cheap I wouldn't be bothered trying to save a few coppers trying
to identify the right type and then hunting around for them online.

And there aren't many things I'd say that about. :-)


Stephen


From: Chris on

"Jim" <nomail(a)riomail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns98E1C91CE4C555D4AM2(a)127.0.0.1...
> Need to get a few batteries for a bunch of old watches lying around my
> drawer.
>
> Any recommended suppliers?


Maplin -- 99p each if i recall but you actually get working batteries that
fit your watch.