Generally, watch experts charge between $5 to $14 to change a basic battery. However, as mentioned, it will still vary on your watch brand and battery type and the cities you are in.
Chronograph watches may cost you around $65 to $100. Chronograph models are pricier as they need special tools. The fees also include cleaning watch cases. Meanwhile, if you have a water-resistant watch, it may cost you between $40 to $65 as they need to be pressure-tested and resealed.
Watch retailers also charge different fees for watch battery replacement. For example, Sears, a famous watch retailer, asks for at least $15 for service fees for battery replacement. Meanwhile, Walmart, a discount retailer, only asks for a minimum of $5.
If you need more than battery replacement, then there will be extra charges. For instance, if the rubber gasket is damaged, you will be charged extra between $10 to $20 for a replacement.
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