Question about Fossil Watches
I would check the battery first, but I am going to put the odds on that it is a mechanical problem with the watch. It's not like in the old days when watches had a mainspring, where the power from the coiled metal was strong enough to push out any particals that got in the way of the gears teeth. Now they are all quartz, where any little piece of anything will stop the gears from running. If you haven't had this watch along time send it back via warrenty, if not it needs to be serviced.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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