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Swiss Army watch 70609 second hand pauses

The watch is keeping time; the second hand pauses and then sweeps ahead 4 seconds; pauses again, sweeps ahead, etc. This has been going on now for about a month.

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Battery life indicater just warning to get that battery replaced so it wont stop at an inconveinient time

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