Question about Seiko SLL003 Wrist Watch
Watch keeps great time--but second hand skips 4 seconds--is that designed in--a error and if a breakdown is it a symptom of a greater breakdown? Thanks
It's part of the design. this let's you know it's time to change the battery. Don www.finewatchmaking.com
It's part of the design. this let's you know it's time to change the battery.
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
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