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How to Change Batteries in a Swiss Army Watch Lay the watch face down on a flat rubber surface. This should keep the face of the watch from getting scratched, but the rubber will also provide some grip so that the watch won't turn while you're turning the plate on the back. Locate the two notches on the back of the watch plate. Open a pair of needle nosed pliers so that the points are about as far apart at the notches and stick one point into one of the notches. Then adjust the pliers as necessary as you push the other point down into the other notch. Apply some pressure on the pliers, pressing straight down toward the work surface. Slowly turn the pliers around to the left, using them like a wrench. Unscrew the back plate in this method until it is loose enough for you to finish unscrewing it by hand. Locate the battery, which will be the only loose part inside the watch. Take note of the direction the battery is facing, then turn the watch over to dump the old battery out.