I bought a Fossil Blue Dial Twist Series ME1006 for a birthday present and the instructions that come with it do not seem to make any reference to this type of watch but others (e.g. Chronograph; Analog and Digital) - does anyone else own this watch and is the instruction manual any different? Also, is there anything I need to know about working the watch or are the dials just to make it look good? Thanks
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If you do not wind the watch, and if it is electronic it obviously has a battery. Very possible even with a new watch the battery has run out. This is especially if the watch was sitting for about a year in their inventory before you bought it.
I am not sure if your watch has a kinetic type movement where it charges the watch, or it is purely an electro-mechanical type movement. I did read it has a quartz referenced movement for the mechanical balance wheel. This would certainly involved a battery. If changing the battery is not the fix you would have to send the watch for service.
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