Question about Bulova Millennia World Time 98G66 Wrist Watch
Bulova Watch Millennia Motion Quartz 96B17. Stops during the night
Dude, of course it stops during the night - it's a perpetual motion / kinetic watch. It doesn't have a conventional battery. When you move your arm (while wearing it), the natural motion of your arm will 'automagically' wind the watch. There's nothing wrong with it - these types of watches always have to be re-set in the morning if you don't wear it to bed (or you don't toss and turn in bed).
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems as though it needs some attention, i.e. serving might be needed.
If servicing proves to be unsuccessful in improving performance, then it should be sent to their service center (see Boluva.com).
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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