My Omega X-33 Second hand just started acting erratically. It doesn't move for a little while, then jumps back and forth 1 second, then stops again. I replaced the battery, then reset the time and synchronized the hands to the time. Any thoughts? Thanks
Service time! However it could still be the battery... Many batteries I purchased locally (four) did not have enough juice for the watch to properly function. Had to have the abttery special ordered, but I am in the Middle East, should be easier for you to get a proper battery.
But that is not normal for the second hand to do that, so I assume the watch has malfunctioned.
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