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  1. bad fishy

    bad fishy Oakley Expert

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    Just changed the battery In my Holeshot because I noticed it was losing time. It was pretty easy and I learned the movement is ETA 4-jewel.

    Battery is Renata 394, 1.55 volt.

    I used this tool to remove the back with ease.

    Holeshot Battery Replacement - 2a3yny2y.jpg

    Here's the inside

    Holeshot Battery Replacement - zuquda7a.jpg

    There is a plastic spacer that I already popped out to access the battery. The O-Ring is also removed as it kept sliding around while I was working with it.

    Just be sure to line the O-Ring back up when screwing the back case back on.
     
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  2. bad fishy

    bad fishy Oakley Expert

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    Did a little research on this movement and found it only goes for less than $100 and is an entry level Swiss movement. We pay a premium for the innovation in the design and the Oakley name, not the Swiss movement.

    I also saw this movement is found in Tag's and Tissot's. Not necessarily a good thing, but I would be chapped to spend those prices for a $100, entry level movement!