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This means EOL function is engagad - gives you warning: it is time to replace battery. Rate me, please.

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Bottom of watch by second hand....what is symbol


You've probably heard people go on and on about the "sweep" or talk about how top quality watches don't make that tell-tale "tick-tock." For all intents and purposes, these people are right. When you pick up a Cartier or Chopard, the tiny hand measuring the passage of seconds glides effortlessly, like a toothless hockey player. In actuality, all wristwatches tick-tock. However, in a true quality watch, the internal mechanism (the movement) is so finely tuned and so well constructed, that these ticks happen as often as nine times a second, producing a flawless sweep. This is the difference between a five-dollar movement and a movement costing hundreds of dollars.

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My omega deville ladies prestige quartz is losing time. There is no second hand on the watch and the minute hand seems to tick every 10 secs or so. It has just had a new battery replaced by omega...


Yes. The minute hand ticking every 10 seconds is normal. Losing time is either battery or a movement malfunction. Only a trained watchmaker (or presumably Omega) can determine which. Take it back to Omega

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Please stop telling people Rolex watches don't tick.


Yes, absolutely correct , all automatic watches tick and the fake Rolexes just tick a bit slower so it is more visible.

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Second hand stops, then ticks four ticks very fast then stops,


It may be that the battery is getting near the end of its life.

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I reset the date and now the second hand ticks at


This is END OF BATTERY LIFE warning. Replace the battery and everything will be fine. Rate me plz.

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Seconds hand starts ticking then stops


Your band may be too loose. This is the model that moves when worn correct?

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Second Hand


smash it with a hammer

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Tag watch second hand skips


Yes it's the battery. Please make sure to take it to someone QUALIFIED This watch requires that all the gaskets be replaced and pressure tested at the time you have the battery replaced
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