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I HAVE A OMEGA SEAMASTER WATCH AND THE SECOND HAND TICKS EVERY 4 SECONDS RATHER THAN EVERY SECOND, IT STILL KEEPS VERY GOOD TIME, PLEASE ADVISE

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  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    I too am having this issue. It appears to be every 5 seconds that the second hand sweeps. But, similarily, the watch still keeps good time.

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Change the battery, thats the low battery warning feature

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