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Second hand skips

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

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  • gaiazchild Dec 15, 2008

    My Seiko watch is skipping seconds. It had stopped but it was time for a new battery. I changed it today and it still skips!

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Second hand jumps five seconds every time



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It's part of the design. this let's you know it's time to change the battery.


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