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I can't find much for that number, but see if 9U13-00V is somewhere on the back of the watch. This might be the movement. If so, it takes battery SR916SW.
Or it might also be Bulova 6362.17 which is Miyota GM10. It uses battery 364.
 

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I can't find much for that number, but see if 9U13-00V is somewhere on the back of the watch. This might be the movement. If so, it takes battery SR916SW.
Or it might also be Bulova 6362.17 which is Miyota GM10. It uses battery 364.
 

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I can't find much for that number, but see if 9U13-00V is somewhere on the back of the watch. This might be the movement. If so, it takes battery SR916SW.
Or it might also be Bulova 6362.17 which is Miyota GM10. It uses battery 364.
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Back of watch, no battery inside her, not certain what battery is proper for it, may have to contact Bulova… thanks for the reply
 

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I can't find much for that number, but see if 9U13-00V is somewhere on the back of the watch. This might be the movement. If so, it takes battery SR916SW.
Or it might also be Bulova 6362.17 which is Miyota GM10. It uses battery 364.
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I can't find much for that number, but see if 9U13-00V is somewhere on the back of the watch. This might be the movement. If so, it takes battery SR916SW.
Or it might also be Bulova 6362.17 which is Miyota GM10. It uses battery 364.
If you've looked inside do you see any numbers on the movement?
Don’t have the watch presently, will take a look maybe even up a photo of the backside of the movement and see what results … thanks for the replies .🙂
 
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