Question about Watches
The information on the back of a watch can mean two things: the model of the watch and its serial number.
What is meant rather depends upon the manufacturer.
Many watches are listed by model name for a range but there may be individual types within the range which are referred to by a number.
In some cases the instructions are listed by number and not name.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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