Question about Watches
So I am assuming you have a mechanical watch then that does not use a battery. But then again you could have a self winding watch that has a "wind-up" mechanism. If you have a valuable watch then take it to a good repair shop. If you have an inexpensive watch then get a new one. If you have a watch worth less than $50 and you really like it and want it fixed, then a shop can put in a new movement for you. Best of Luck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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