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Hi everyone, so my little sister got this watch from our dad yesterday and the secondhand isn't working I think. When I turn the crown it will change the minutes and hours ofcourse, but when I click the watch isn't doing a thing. I've been searching all day long and I hope someone know something about this watch. Thanks in advance!

SOLVED: I wasn't expecting any answer at all but I've got so many, I want to say thank you to everyone responding to me and I will update you after I get it checked out. Have a good one fellas/ladies!

Lacoste Parisienne LC2001082
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I have a 2nd question now. In the 2nd picture it says 2001082 and if you closely in the 3rd picture it says LC1223202942. I have googled that number (I guess it’s the series number) and it doesn’t find a thing. Is it a fake watch?
 

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I will visit my local watchmaker/jeweler tomorrow, any idea how much it will Cost me?
In the US that will run between $10-20 usually.
 

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I have a 2nd question now. In the 2nd picture it says 2001082 and if you closely in the 3rd picture it says LC1223202942. I have googled that number (I guess it's the series number) and it doesn't find a thing. Is it a fake watch?
Hard to believe someone is going to fake a Lacoste quartz watch. Most likely no market for such a product.
 

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I did some light googling of what appears to be the ref number (LC 122.3.20.2942 -- be sure to include the periods) and came up with results that look similar to your watch. I know nothing about these, but my guess is that is not a fake. As to the cost of a battery; it really depends on where you are in the world but it is usually not very much.
 

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I have a 2nd question now. In the 2nd picture it says 2001082 and if you closely in the 3rd picture it says LC1223202942. I have googled that number (I guess it's the series number) and it doesn't find a thing. Is it a fake watch?
I got several hits on Google for your watch below. I think you are fine. Just get the battery replaced.
Google Search for your watch
 

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Most probably a battery. Even if it was just bought by your dad recently the watch may have been sitting for years in a store. Happens all the time, I know it happened to me. Battery change is not expensive, where I live it is just $5, the most expensive place charges $15.
 

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I did some light googling of what appears to be the ref number (LC 122.3.20.2942 -- be sure to include the periods) and came up with results that look similar to your watch. I know nothing about these, but my guess is that is not a fake. As to the cost of a battery; it really depends on where you are in the world but it is usually not very much.
Thank you very much I was a bit worried but you took my worries away. I'll check it out tomorrow, thanks again.
 

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I have a 2nd question now. In the 2nd picture it says 2001082 and if you closely in the 3rd picture it says LC1223202942. I have googled that number (I guess it's the series number) and it doesn't find a thing. Is it a fake watch?
As some kind members have already verified, it seems to be a real one based on those numbers.

One us the reference number (,think model number), the other is a watch specific serial number. It is unique to your watches for tracking purposes
 

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Most probably a battery. Even if it was just bought by your dad recently the watch may have been sitting for years in a store. Happens all the time, I know it happened to me. Battery change is not expensive, where I live it is just $5, the most expensive place charges $15.
I'm happy that it's so cheap, thank you for your response
 

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As some kind members have already verified, it seems to be a real one based on those numbers.

One us the reference number (,think model number), the other is a watch specific serial number. It is unique to your watches for tracking purposes
I see I didn't know that I guess you learn something new everyday. Thank you for your answer!
 
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