Question about Fossil Watches
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SOURCE: how do i wind my
USE THE ABOVE LINK, SELECT YOUR WATCH FROM LIST. READ INSTRUCTIONS.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
it has a battrey or and atomatic winding gear. watch makers a stoped self winding watches due to people over windinfg and braking the watch. check battery it might be dead. or just shake the watch back and forth untill it starts again
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
You are not supposed to wind the watch, in simply winds itself with the motion of your wrist. A weighted wheel located in the back of the watch winds a spring that powers the second hand. The minute and hour is power by quartz and a battery.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
I have found that some of these "automatic" Fossils also contain a battery. That is how that provide an automatic watch at such a cheap price. I recommend taking it to a jeweler to have them check this. If it needs repair it will likely cost near the watche's replacement value.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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