Geneva Watches - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues


Take your Geneva to a jeweler who will open it, identify the battery type and perhaps install a new one.

Geneva Watches | Answered on Nov 27, 2019 | 33 views


Contact Geneva Lab:

http://eu.genevalab.com

Geneva Watches | Answered on Apr 23, 2019 | 53 views


Fixya does not sell replacement crystals.

Geneva Watches | Answered on Jul 20, 2017 | 34 views


You would be better off taking it to a reputable watch repairer or alternatively take some good clear photo's of all relevant markings and post them off to a site/program such as "Antiques Roadshow" they have very knowledgable and reputable people on hand and may get you the answers you seek for the cost of a stamped envelope.

Geneva Watches | Answered on Apr 09, 2017 | 87 views


It is just pried off carefully with a thin pocket knife, or using the tool that pops it off. I would let a jeweler do it if I were you. You can buy a tool to remove the watch back on eBay.

Geneva Betsey... | Answered on Mar 28, 2017 | 1,023 views


sadly there are so many shown on google search I could never guess which one you might have .

Geneva Platinum... | Answered on Feb 15, 2016 | 75 views


then perhaps you should put it in the BIN

Geneva Watches | Answered on Oct 11, 2015 | 23 views


The "pin" is the stem and they can be delicate. The fix is to replace it.

Geneva Watches | Answered on Sep 09, 2015 | 46 views


you get what you pay for,we are not jewellers

Geneva Watches | Answered on Jul 13, 2015 | 40 views


read the instruction manual, Geneva Watches with Two or Three Hands
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel a click.
  2. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct time.
  3. Push the crown back in to set the time.
Geneva Watches with Two or Three Hands and a Date Window
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the time.
  2. Turn the crown counter clockwise until you have the correct time. Push the crown all the way in to set the time.
  3. Pull the crown out until you feel one click. This first click position allows you to set the date.
  4. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct date. Push the crown back in to set the date.
Multi-Function Geneva Watches
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the day.
  2. Rotate the crown counter clockwise until you have the correct day. Push the crown in to set the day.
  3. Pull the crown out until you feel a second click to set the time or the 24-hour hand.
  4. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set it.
  5. Pull the crown out just one click to set the date. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct date, then push the crown in to set it.
Geneva Chronograph Watches
  1. Pull the crown out two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the time.
  2. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set it.
  3. Pull the crown out just one click to set the date. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct date, then push the crown in to set it.
  4. Stop and start the chronograph by pressing the PA button, located above the crown.
  5. Reset the chronograph by pressing the PB button just below the crown. The PB button returns the chronograph second and minute hands to their original positions of zero.
Automatic Geneva Watches
  1. Wind the mainspring by turning the crown 15 to 20 times clockwise.
  2. Pull the crown out until it clicks.
  3. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set the time.
Tips & Warnings
  • Do not set the date or time between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m. to avoid damage to your Geneva watch. The gears sit too close together during these times.
  • If your Geneva watch becomes wet, wipe it dry as soon as possible. Keep your watch away from saunas and hot tubs, as the extreme heat diminishes the watch's water resistance.




Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_6134550_set-date-time-geneva-watch.html

Geneva Watches | Answered on Jul 13, 2015 | 822 views


You can't. The stem is purely for adjusting the time and date. There are three other buttons, for start, stop, split time and reset.

Make and model of the watch please?

Geneva Watches | Answered on May 15, 2015 | 153 views


keep pushing buttons till something changes.Usually you hold a button down for 3 secs then things start flashing,then you forward it to the time section

Geneva Watches | Answered on Feb 17, 2015 | 91 views


There is probably a screw that is lose on the watch. Someone will need to pop open the caseback and make sure the screws are in place. If you or someone can't figure it out I suggest taking it to a watch repair person, do not go to a high end place they will charge more then what the watch is worth. Go to watch repair shop , and if they charge more then $10.00 then it's better just to buy a new watch on ebay.

Geneva Platinum... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013 | 96 views


keep shopping, there are alot of scammers out there. BTW, $20/gram is about $620 an ounce. Are you sure your watch is 24k and not 14k? 24k is so soft a watch wouldn't last very long.

Geneva Watches | Answered on Nov 30, 2012 | 73 views


Find Geneva, if you can.I can't seem to.

Geneva J06345... | Answered on Nov 22, 2012 | 2,338 views


Take a small hammer and a plastic push pin. Look at the pins in your watch. One side will have a line going through the tip of the pin, and the other side may also have that, but it will be less pronounced. Set your watch on a soft surface (couch cushion or cork board, for example) and place the pushpin onto the pin you want to remove. Tap with a hammer until a few millimeters are sticking out on the other side. Take a pair of needlenose pliers and remove the pin. To put a pin back in the band, push it back in until you cannot push anymore, then use your needlenose pliers to push the pin in the rest of the way. Good luck!

Geneva J06345... | Answered on Jul 20, 2013 | 11,094 views


Thanks for contacting FIxYa.
I dont know what A13 is. I cant find that style #. But I can send you a link that has the most basic types of links on watches.
http://www.webwatches.co.uk/how_to.htm
Best of luck,
Jewel

Geneva A13 ... | Answered on Sep 03, 2010 | 104 views


If it is really unsolicited, and you are having this trouble, then by law, it's yours. Consider it a FREE gift! Enjoy your watch.

Geneva Watches | Answered on Sep 01, 2010 | 144 views


Oh dont you LOVE Betsey Johnson??? She has the cutest things!!!
Im sorry, but I am not familiar with each of her watches and fashion watches are all so different. Alot of fashion watches the links can NOT be removed.
My best advice is to take back to store for advice, or take to a QUALIFIED jeweler to have them look at it to see their opinion whether links can be removed.
Most stores if they can do it charge minimal for the work done.
Best regards!
Jewel

Geneva Betsey... | Answered on Oct 05, 2010 | 2,248 views

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