You may need to open your Voice Zone talking watch if it’s not working, and you want to change the battery to see if that is the problem. Opening the back of your talking watch is a simple process. The watches can be an ideal gift for people who have poor eyesight, seniors, young children, athletes and mothers who are running all day on a schedule. It has four alarms, and the watch announces the time in a crystal clear loud voice. The type of battery depends on the model of the watch. Double check you put the correct battery into the watch.
Plastic Voice Zone Talking Watch
Get a small screwdriver and loosen the four screws on the back cover. Remove the back cover when it is loose enough. Do it very carefully so you don’t lose the screws and place the cover on a nonslip surface just in case the screws come out.
Remove the watch bands for models WA9910 and WA9911 before you remove the back cover of the watch. Remove the two screws holding on the battery bar with a small screwdriver.
Press down the metal clip in the middle with your finger. Push the clip with your finger over toward one end. Get a small screwdriver and put the tip of the screwdriver into the gap of the end of the clip to get it open. Remove the metal clip from the watch.
Take out the old battery with the tip of your finger. Install a new CR2025 lithium battery with the positive or plus side (+) facing up. Install a CR2016 battery into the WA9910 and WA9911 models with the positive or plus side facing up. Put the cover back on and fasten the four screws.
Metal Voice Zone Talking Watch
Take a small flat-end screwdriver and insert it into the gap located between the back case and body of the watch. Pry the back case open.
Remove the tiny screw holding the battery bar with a small screwdriver. Take out the old battery using the tip of your finger.
Insert a new CR2016 battery with the positive side (+) facing up. Secure the battery bar with the screw and screw it on with a small screwdriver. Snap the back case onto the watch by pressing the back case onto the watch body with your thumbs.