Fitting your new watch strap
Fitting the new watch strap is easy, but just a little patience testing, so make sure you’re not doing it in a hurry. Change the strap one side at a time, just so you don’t fit the wrong part of the strap to the correct side. Tools needed are a pad on which to rest the watch (to avoid damage), a very small but robust flat-bladed screwdriver, and a glass of wine (the latter is for medication prior to steady the hand, or after to celebrate a magnificent bit of DIY).
Well? How did that go? You could of course go to a jeweller (pick a reputable High Street one (if they still exist on one near you)). They will charge, though this is usually a nominal amount – ask before you get a shock.
Where can I get a battery change?
Well, it’s essentially back to the good old High Street – as we commented, if you still have one. Pick a reputable jeweller, you may pay a bit more, but the issues arrising from a clumsy attempt can be many, and it might turn out to be false economy. If you don’t have one near you, you could send it to the authorised Wenger or Victorinox repairer – see below.