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Your second hand may be loose and turning on it's shaft. Very carefully push down with a little pressure right in the centre of the second hand over the hole on the hand.

Tonino... | Answered on Dec 03, 2018

From ParksideJ:
  1. click the top button to stop the second hand
  2. click the bottom button to reset the timer
  3. pull the crown out all the way
  4. twist the crown forward hard and fast for a few seconds. The minute hand will start advancing very quickly.
  5. when the desired date and time is reached, push the crown back in place. If you missed the time, pull the crown back out and twist backwards. The minute hand will move slowly in reverse. If you twist hard and fast, the minute hand will start spinning in reverse again.

Cartier Tank... | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

It needs to be cleaned. Take it to a fine watch repair shop. Do a yelp search in your area.

Cartier Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

Hi. It needs a cleaning. It is not cheap. But you have a wonderful watch. Do a yelp search and find a good repair shop hear you.

Cartier Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

try Chans418 Main Street
Vancouver, BC Or do a search on Yelp/

Skagen 358SSSD... | Answered on Dec 02, 2018
Timex offers guides, above.
The one stopwatch they show my provide enough info for you to figure out how to work your watch.

Timex Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

Watches bands that are integrated with the watch as I believe this watch has are hard to find if the manufacture does not offer them. A quick look on ebay finds a few of these watches for sale at a low cost. I would recommend getting one and using that bracelet.

Anne Klein... | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

It is an analog-quartz movement - have the battery changed.

Skagen Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018
This link takes you to the user guide.
Find a model that matches your watch, the numbers dont need to match, the movements are the same or close.

Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

Explained here

and here

Overview Invented around 1974[1] and patented in 1980[2] by English watchmaker George Daniels, the coaxial escapement is a modification of the lever escapement with some features of the detent escapement. Considered by some[who?] to be one of the most significant horological advancements since the invention of the lever escapement, the coaxial escapement functions with a system of three pallets that separate the locking function from the impulse, avoiding the sliding friction of the lever escapement. This makes lubrication of the pallets theoretically unnecessary[3][4] and thereby minimizes one of the shortcomings of the traditional lever escapement. In practice, a small amount of lubrication is used on the locking and impulse surfaces of the pallet stones, reportedly to minimize impact corrosion.[5]

Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

Set time, date & time zone
  1. Open your device's Clock app .
  2. Tap More Settings.
  3. Under "Clock," pick your home time zone or change the date and time. To see or hide a clock for your home time zone when you're in a different time zone, tap Automatic home clock.

Set time, date & time zone - Nexus Help - Google Support

Make sure the time zone setting is correct by following these steps:
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Account icon.
  2. Tap Advanced Settings.
  3. Under Time Zone, turn off the Set Automatically option.
  4. Tap Time Zone and select the correct time zone.
  5. Sync your tracker.

Change time on Charge 2 - Fitbit Community

The Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

Google (brand)(R 1028)(manual) without parens for instructions.

Watches | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

Diesel Watches | Answered on Dec 01, 2018

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