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fishcake91 899 1,395 August 10, 2016 at 08:25 PM in Men's Watches (4) More JomaShop Deals
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Promoted 08-17-2016 by RevOne at 11:36 AM View Original Post
JomaShop has Movado Bold Men's Watch for $259 - $20 w/ promo code SDMV20 = $239. Shipping is free. Thanks fishcake91

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This watch features a 44mm cushion style case w/ 100m water resistance. -johnny_miller

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Edited September 6, 2016 at 03:40 PM by iconian
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The Seiko Kinetic isn't an automatic. It's a quartz movement with a battery that gets charged up by a weight, while an automatic watch has a mechanical movement wound by a weight.

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Also available in black http://www.jomashop.com/movado-wa...00369.html
Nice looking watch
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Nice looking watch
Pity it's a quartz
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Pity it's a quartz
What's wrong with quartz?
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What's wrong with quartz?
It's not automatic Smilie
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It's not automatic Smilie
So you mean more accurate, less maintenance, and often cheaper? So many Watch aficionados on here.
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So you mean more accurate, less maintenance, and often cheaper? So many Watch aficionados on here.
Gotta ask you... I've got a Seiko kinetic that I've had for 12 years and not had any problems with it. Is this normal for an automatic? It's the cockroach of watches. Just can't kill it. Very impressed.
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The Seiko Kinetic isn't an automatic. It's a quartz movement with a battery that gets charged up by a weight, while an automatic watch has a mechanical movement wound by a weight.
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Gotta ask you... I've got a Seiko kinetic that I've had for 12 years and not had any problems with it. Is this normal for an automatic? It's the cockroach of watches. Just can't kill it. Very impressed.
Darkbloom is correct!
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Darkbloom is correct!
Thanks for your reply, but I'm confused. I haven't needed to replace any battery in the watch. I got it in 2004. Just figured its an automatic based on this.
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Thanks for your reply, but I'm confused. I haven't needed to replace any battery in the watch. I got it in 2004. Just figured its an automatic based on this.
The "automatic" mechanism charges the battery, so you often don't need to replace it for quite a while.
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The "automatic" mechanism charges the battery, so you often don't need to replace it for quite a while.
Ah, got it. Thanks for clueing me in on this mystery!
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this is what automatic means An automatic watch is a watch that operates through the continued motion of the wearer's wrist. Automatic wristwatches don't need winding if worn daily. The energy is stored by using a half-disc metal weight, called a rotor, that spins when the arm is moved.
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