Time to UPGRADE!
Sony batteries are trusted for use as original equipment in 1 out of every 2 watches sold. Sony is also the leading brand in the watch battery replacement market with a 40% market share.
Upgrade to Sony watch batteries and enjoy true customer satisfaction, thanks to Sony’s longer lasting performance and the factory’s patented anti-leakage technology.
No longer make apologies for shorter than expected battery life or expensive repairs due to damaging leakage.
Promote a famous brand that you and your customers have always trusted, Sony! Ask for details today!
Kessler Batteries (sponsor)
and Sony Batteries Present:
Created by: The American Watchmakers – Clockmakers Institute and their famous instructor: Tom Schomaker
“Our family has been selling and repairing watches for over 70 years. Many high-end brands lean on our expertise to delivery top quality service. To guarantee long lasting battery life, we trust Sony.”
“Our customers aren’t thinking about batteries when they buy our watches, but they all have expectations for battery life. It’s our responsibility to provide the longest lasting batteries that the market can provide. That’s why I use Sony hundreds of times a day.”
“We have performed thousands of watch battery exchanges using only Sony batteries because my customers deserve longer lasting batteries.”
“Having sold millions of watch batteries to a wide variety of customers, we have grown to become a reliable source for honest and accurate information regarding the quality of the products we sell while striving to provide our customers with the best products in all categories at a great value. This recently became more of a challenge when customers were reporting shorter than expected battery life and battery leakage issues. After noticing a pattern with a particular watch battery brand, the decision to switch to Sony became a no-brainer. Sony’s long-lasting battery performance and antileakage technology allows us to offer our customers a battery that has them coming back wearing smiles, not looking for excuses.”