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hi.i dont own one nor have i seen one but ive had old watches before. instead of just pressing the buttons try holding them down 1 at a time and hold the button until the digits flash. which ever button makes them flash the other one will change the time. another way is to press the button 2 or 3 times quickly ? and last try would be to look around the side of the watch and you might find a very small indent ( usualy between the buttons ) .. some of them need a pin to push that in to change the time. there the only ways i know,hope this helps

Reebok Watches | Answered on Jul 21, 2019

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no country stated,

value depends on .
country sold....
demand there.
condition (does it work?)
if rare and high demand , lots of things are rare and worthless.
and pure luck.
why not list it on ebay, with huge price see how high it goes.
see REALITY as it exists.
your photo is worthless, use real camera and with flash
at an angle so the flash does not reflect.
to sell the valuables, takes #1 top quality photos. ok?
or in person, at real AUCTION.

Fossil Watches | Answered on Jul 19, 2019

It is a ladies pendant watch and modern (30 years). Popular with nurses, especially if the 12 is at the bottom, 6 at the ring.

It looks small for a man's pocket watch, always need something for scale.

I am pleased to hear it works!

The Watches | Answered on Jul 19, 2019

Make sure the back of the watch is clean. Make sure the strap is tight and in permanent contact with your skin.

Watches | Answered on Jul 19, 2019


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The Watches | Answered on Jul 19, 2019

If you have to ask. No it isn't.
If you bought it on eBay. No it isn't.
If you bought it from a man in a bar. No it isn't.
If you bought it in a car parking lot. No it isn't.

If you paid $4,800 to $15,000 and got it from a high end jeweller, yes it is.

Easiest way is to take it to a local jeweler and ask them to put a battery in it. Tell them you will wait for it. As you are paying the $18, ask if it is a genuine Cartier.



Swiss Watches | Answered on Jul 19, 2019

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Whimsical... | Answered on Jul 19, 2019

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Watches | Answered on Jul 18, 2019

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