A Genuine Citizen Capacitor 295-3800 in our DIY Kit
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Please do not use a battery tester or volt ohm meter as these very low volt cells can be ruined by testing. Please do not handle with your fingers as static electricity, body oil and contaminants can ruin the cell. Please only handle with plastic tweezers or wear nitrile or non-powered gloves. 30 day warranty. If you use a watch repair shop and they mishandle the capacitor and ruin it then say it is bad we will not warranty it.
You Receive One Single Capacitor. These capacitors may resemble a battery but their function is very different. The capacitors on the kinetic oscillator watches recharges just by body movement while the capacitors on the solar cell watches are powered by all sources of light.
Please note that the MT920 is the basic battery or capacitor engine for 5 different configurations; look at all the search results for the MT920 and eyeball match to verify and confirm if you have any doubts.
The Panasonic MT920 is a button-type titanium carbon lithium rechargeable Li-ion battery that uses lithium titanium oxide as the positive material, carbon as the negative material, and organic electrolyte.
These Capacitors can be used with Citizen, Miyota, Seiko, Hittori and Casio Watches. Please make sure that you are purchasing the correct battery/capacitor; please match up the first four characters (ex. 5M22, 5J32, 7820) of your movement on the list below. Your movement number can usually be found on the the case back of your with or on the movement itself INSIDE YOUR WATCH CASE. Please make sure to check the movement number carefully and remember we are always here to answer any questions you might have. For questions call us anytime at 800-824-4899 or 305-238-7200.
" Capacitors are storage devices and do not necessarily come already charged. The customer needs to charge the watch after inserting the capacitor, either by oscillating motion or a Seiko Kinetic Recharger. They should not be tested - a battery tester will not give an accurate reading. Most of the time, the capacitor itself is not defective. Sometimes the brass connector may not be attached perfectly and may be the problem "