Question about Watches
I have a pulsar solar watch that I purchased in florida three years ago and it has started to stop every few days. The only way I can get it to work is by putting it under a light overnight, then it runs for a few days.
I have the same watch and the same problem. The solar battery is depleted. You need to recharge the watch like you did when it was new. The instructions can be found through the following link: www.pulsarwatches.com.au/manuals_pdf/108_1.pdf
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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