Invicta Lupah Battery #?

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    Invicta Lupah Battery #?

    Hi all,
    I took the battery out of my Lupah awhile ago and it got misplaced
    I dont know the battery number and need Help,Please

    Thanks in advance fro your help
    Take Care,
    Rich
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    Re: Invicta Lupah Battery #?

    If you have the time go to either the ETA website or the Ronda website and look it up!

    The ronda is the 5040D an the ETA is the G10 movement.

    You probably could ask about any watch repair person also. Fairly standard battery from what I remember. Cant remember it off the top of my head.

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    Re: Invicta Lupah Battery #?

    Frontierman I missed your post. I'll check this evening and let you know.
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    Re: Invicta Lupah Battery #? If I remember correctly,

    If I remember correctly, it's a 394. Also, it's harder to get it back in than it was to take it out of a Lupah. You'll have to put it partway in on an angle and then push the other side down. I've changed a bunch of Lupah batteries for friends and family and it's a bit of a pain in the butt. They pop right out but getting them to go back in the same hole is difficult.

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    Re: Invicta Lupah Battery #?

    Thanks for the info Guys! Im an idiot for loosing it in the first place

    I didnt wear it that much and having other watches and batteries laying around i guess i tossed it in with others to recycle
    I will check the sites first,and my local watch guy (battery changer) doesnt have the resources

    Thanks
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    Rich
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    Re: Invicta Lupah Battery #?

    ETA Quartz Movement G10.211

    (Larger View) Your Price $49.95 Quantity:




    Part Number G10.211 Product Details Ligne Size: 13 1/4
    Thick: 5.12
    Chrono, S/S, 3 Eyes
    Hands: 90/150/25,20
    Cell: 394

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    Re: Invicta Lupah Battery #?

    Thank you All for your help

    Thanks Dragoon for confirmation on the movmt. # and Battery size

    Now i can get this baby back to the Rotation:thanks
    Take Care,
    Rich
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