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Read your manual carefully and you will notice that the big, tall seconds hand is part of chronograph function. So, by pushing upper button you are actually engaging chronograph. This puts more strain on movement gears and consumes more battery power. When your watch is in normal timekeeping mode, the small seconds hand is counting seconds, not the big one which should be steady pointed at 12. I would recommend to put a new battery in your watch, reset it and start using it as described in users manual. You can download users manual here: http://www.oakley.com/customer-care/support/watches
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On most watches all you have to do is pull the crown to position 2 (the last) and depress pusher A (on the top). The second hand should advance in 1 second intervals. Keep pushing the A pusher until the second hand lines up with 12 hour marker. Push the crown back in and your done!
This is a quartz battery, which is not as easy to find as other types of battery (probably $20.00 or more to purchase battery). You may want to contact Oakley if you purchased the watch within the last 3 years, b/c their specs seemed to indicate that the battery was a 3-year battery - there may be a warranty on that.