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The crown and pushers of my timex e-compass looks different

The lower pusher of my timex e-compass looks different from the pictures displayed in the internet, i bought the watch from a legitimate timex store in the philippines

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Design of watch cases, pushers e.t.c. are changing quite rapidly, but this do not affect the functions of the watch, as the different looking cases can house the same movement. So, do not be worry about the different looks, because you may have one of the older (or even newer) designs. Just make sure your watch is functional and keeps good time. If it does- forget about the rest and wear it happily ever after.
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