I recently purchased a Dakota (clip-on) belt watch and from time to time it is exactly 1-2 hours behind - once it was 1 hour ahead (?). In the beginning I thought I might have set it wrong, but then on 2 other occasions the time was not accurate. The minutes seem to be accurate, but the hours are not. Does this happen when the battery is low? Or is it something mechanical?
We are sorry to read of the trouble you have experienced with your Dakota watch. The problem you have described is typically a mechanical issue that requires a movement overhaul completed by our repair department. Depending on the details of your purchase (date, place of purchase, receipt, etc) this service may be covered under warranty. To determine how to submit your watch for repair, please visit your nearest Dakota Watch Company store location, or contact our Customer Service by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 1-888-459-0404. Thank you!
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go to support page on casio. and get your manual. youll probably gonna look for a 3 or 4 digit number located at the back of your watch. once you got the manual. go to page 4. and follow the steps of "Hand Home Position Correction". that should fix it.
i also have ga 110c and i have encountered this issue
Usually this is a faulty battery - make sure you go to a reputable jeweller and have the battery changed. Even somewhere like Kmart will only use decent quality batteries.
I bought batteries off eBay once that were very cheap, and I had this problem all the time. Now I only buy Energizer, Duracell, etc.
Hi honestfunguy. Take it back! Omega watches are usually guaranteed for 2 years or even 3 years (Co-axial escapement), so you should not have a problem getting it repaired under warrantee. No way should it be be gaining (or losing) 10 minutes per day, let alone 10 minutes per hour. Could be any number of things, from a broken mainspring to problems with the timing regulator, but they are very complex watches and should not be looked at by anyone apart from Omega whilst in warrantee, otherwise you'll probably void the warrantee. Hope this helps; Eagle58
mcdevito75 here, The manufacturer recommends you don"t try to change the date between certain hours as this could hurt the date changeing mechanism inside the watch, I don"t think you did any harm (LUCKY) and the date changeing 45 minutes before mid nite is just about right. BUT! if the date change was aliitle closer to mid nite at 1 time you can try to reset the date, here"s how, your stem should have 2 positions to change the date without haveing to cycle the watch the 24 hours 60 times. Slip a finger nail just under the crown and gently, gently lift the crown to it:s first position, it may take a little practise but you"ll get it, once you do, trun the crown and you should see the DATE change, if so set the DATE to 1 DATE before the DATE you want, now pull the stem out and set the correct gate and time of day. Your watch is now reset and date will change on time, around nid nite.
The watch thinks at Noon it is really midnite, so you must scroll 12 hours ahead to repair this. There are usually 2 "clicks" on the stem of the watch when you pull it out, 1 will set time, 1 will set the day/date, be careful to pay close attention to which is happening when you pull out the stem, and setting should go well after that.