Question about The Watches
Is your watch a chronograph? Many chronograph watches use the larger seconds hand only for chrono' functions such as stopwatch or countdown timer, and often have a small sub-dial for seconds.
If there are buttons on the side of your watch, you will probably find that pressing those will cause the large seconds hand to come into operation.
If it isn't a chronograph watch then send it back -it's faulty.
Posted on Dec 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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