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All my watches losing time

I have tried wearing 4 different watches in the past week and after about 2 days they all lose about 10 minutes, I have changed the batteries on 2 and it is still happening, any explanation

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    every wrist watch I wear loses about 10 minutes a day



    different brands

    only when I wear them---not on the dresser

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