Question about Watches
I have an automatic Invicta 9937 (old model with coin bezel and Swiss logo on dial face). It will only run for about an hour after I take it off. Is this normal. I have sent the watch back to Invicta twice for service. It seems to run worse now than before I sent it in. The first time I sent it back they sent me an entirely different watch that did not even run. I sent it back and they have finally returned my original watch but it runs worse than before. When I sent it in it was running fast and would only run for about 3 hours after I took it off. Any suggestions? Surely someone knows how to service this watch. I really like its looks but it is worthless if will not keep accurate time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you're not supposed to change the time at certain times if it is an automatic. I think any time after 8pm and before 4am (but check your manual). Apparently it messes up the mechanism. Maybe that's the issue?
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
SOURCE: Breitling problem
This usually occur when the hairspring is disturbed ( some grease, dust particle, etc). Can be magnetized as well.
You need to find your nearest watch repairer and ask to overhaul your watch. After that it will run like new.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
A watch is considered Swiss, when it is made in Switzerland (hope I spelled that right), by a Swiss Comapny, using 50% or more parts that are also Swiss. Watches made this way will have "Swiss Made" Swiss" or a similar print on the back.
If it has the lables of "Swiss movement" "Swiss Case" then it means that it is only partly swiss made, and will not have a lable listed in the first part of this solution branded on the back.
Hope I helped, have a great day.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
If you have an Automatic Wrist watch. Some adjustment has to do inside the watch. You better bring the unit to any local watch repair shop to adjust or correct the polarity of the energizer.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
After fooling arround I found out that if you pull the arm all the way out and reverse turning the alarm arm can be set. Thanks for your concern
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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