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IS NOT WORKING TOTALLY.

HAVE PUT MY WATCH AWAY FOR WHILE, WHEN I PULL IT OUT OF MY DESK DRAWER, THE FIRST I NOTICE IS THE SECOND HAND IT NOT MOVING AT ALL. MY QUESTION IS THIS WATCH BATTERY OPERATED IF SO, HOW TO GET THE BATTERY. THANK YOU.

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Yes, your watch is battery driven. The best way is to find your nearest watchmakers shop and ask for replacement. If you want to do it yourself, then open the watch caseback, release the battery and memorise all the writings on battery. You have to buy exactly the same one and replace it. 

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