This thread may be of help, showing that it uses a SR-927/395 battery, but it is best to remove the caseback and see what kind of battery is in place to verify. And you may also need consult a quartz battery cross reference chart to see all the various "part numbers" which will fit depending on which brand you chose.Here's one I found in my sock drawer today. I bought it for a dollar at a "Habitat for Humanity" store years ago. They said it was werkin' when it came in:
Darn. To be continued! Pics on my other phone. It's a Seiko Battery powered Chronograph with alarm. 3 sub dials. It had some numbers, 7T32, maybe that means something?
It is. I got the strap from Crown and Buckle. Since I am involved in Sea Scouting here in the US and Sea Scout unit flags are red and blue with a white anchor and lettering, I had to do it.Beautiful choice for a band! That is a heavy watch, isn't it?