Question about Al Agnew Watches
Does it wind? need a battery? where do I open it for a battery?
Often with battery powered watches the word "Quartz" will be written on the dial. In the abscent of that you can look at the mechanism inside (typically by removing the case back).
Alternately (this may not be an absolute confirmation) with the winder in neutral position i.e. pressed all the way in, turn the crown (winding button) and if it spins freely it's probably quartz. Because unless it's broken most mechanical watches click as the watch is
wound up (except some automatics which cant be crown wound).
Plus if it's working and left unworn for a few days yet continues to run it's probably quartz.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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