Question about Watches
This is interesting, since my ex always said she couldn't wear the battery operated Pulsar watches, but that was years ago. Apparantly, the jeweler she bought it from said some people have electrolytes or chemistry in their system that somehow interferes with the battery controlled mechanism.
However, the static issue could be affecting it also.
I'm also wondering, if the watch isn't getting "flexed" just a bit, to physically affect the minute and hour hands or gear bezels.
Obviously, it or you aren't getting along, and it's too new to be going bad. Get and exchange or refund, since another one might not work for you.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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