I have plenty of watches, most of them don't even work anymore.
March 29, 2012 4:45pm CST
Hi there lotters, Just saw my kinetic watch and as of now its death but with just a shake or two it comes back to life again. I have plenty of watches that I have accumulated through the years and it is nice to see that i have such a collection at my possession but most of them don't work not that they are broken just removed of it old batteries that may leek and destroy the watch. Haven't had the chance to revive them but i think this year i will, one watch at a time, it will cost me some but better that i save for it anyway, salary day today maybe i can get two of my 26 watches revived today right. How bout you guys do you have watches that had been stuck or not running for a while now?
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
7 Mar 13
Hi, My previous watches are mostly cheap battery-operated ones. They last only one or two years and the strap split, the battery runs down and I have no desire to install a new battery after that so I have to buy another one, trowing away the battered and worn quartz. Lately, I went for automatic mechanical movements that needs no battery, stainless steel construction. I already have two of them, one is a regular waterproof wear and the other is for SCUBA diving. This may be the only collection I shall have for the next years to come owing to their reliability and bulletproof construction.
29 Mar 12
I have bunch too but most of the designs are fashionable ladies watch. One of my favorite collection of accessories during my dancing career years. I like match it on what dress I wore that night. Most of the watch are with batteries and been stock all over the years, but still good only the style are not in fashion.