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My quartz watch Romanson was slow exactly 60 minutes during one night, about 10 days ago. After that it works totally correct. What could cause this slow of exactly 1 hour??? Isn't it very strange?

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  • contrairo Oct 03, 2010

    There isn't any mode button. I left it on the table, at same place I used to leave it for years. I wear it on left hand. I know that magnetism could interfere with quartz, but it wasn't situatuon that time.

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Perhaps it has changed to daylight saving time if you accidentally pressed the mode button. Were you wearing the watch?

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