Question about Watches
I have a Raymond Weil (Tango) watch and recently the second hand on the watch behaved strangely, it moves every 4-seconds instead of the normal movement. the problem started about 6 months ago and still going, time keeping still very accurate. I just wonder whether because of the battery or something else. Can any body help.
The battery need replacing this is what its supposed to do when batt low. if this helps please rate joe
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Change the battery, regulary the increments is a way to let you know battery is running low, at least in swiss army...
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