Question about Omega Seamaster 300M Auto 2531.80.00 Wrist Watch
I won a Guess watch which works perfectly when not worn but stops working within an hour of wearing it. Can you explain $
You may not believe me - but I think it is You.
There are some people who stop watches from working - and affect electrical items.
These people are called SLIders - because of the original research on "Street Light Interference"
Be very careful around electrical items when you are stressed - or you could blow lightbulbs.
- Or it could be temperature this watch is responding to. If it stops when left somewhere warm - it's temperature related.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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