Perpetuals, unless changed within seconds, have toApril 1 2010 at 3:58 PM
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|Eddie (Login HDEddie1)|
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Response to Forget the question I just posted, you know why????
be reset. Unlike some quartz where its just a simple matter of shorting the battery against a "reset" point, the perpetuals need to be reset by a competant watchmaker familiar with Seikos or send it to Coserv, the factory service center in the states. I've done both and the latter cost 4X as much ($20ish vs $80+) but Coserv just won't reset it they replace the movement along with the battery (I guess its quicker for them?) and I suppose its a good deal if the watch is worth keeping.