Question about Watches
Citizen Eco-Drive time keeper includes the “low charge warning” mode which makes the second hand to move two seconds at a time.
The clever-clogs Citizen Eco-Drive watches are powered by an amorphous silicon solar cell lurking behind the dial which converts any form of light into electrical energy – so the watch will continuously recharge itself over a lifetime of use. Eco-Drive time piece is getting sufficient light when its sweep-second hand is moving once in a second.
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Posted on Feb 02, 2010
This is simply telling you the battery needs to be replaced.
Think of it as an early warning signal. It's saving power to buy you time to get it replaced.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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