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Nice looking watch, but not well made.,
Probably after the first few months, I noticed that one of the Dials on my Chronograph was not winding back to zero when I reset. Then a bit later, I started noticing some water seemed to have gotten inside and was beading on the top of the glass when it heated up on my wrist. Just to be clear, I didn't go swimming with it, or anything water-related. Basically the only way the water could have gotten in is when I was washing my hands. I kept it for awhile hoping the water would go away, but it didn't. Anyway, just felt like it wasn't great quality. I loved the look of the watch and was excited about it at first. Kind of a disappointment, and I ended up returning it. I'm very hesitant to buy another Fossil after this experience, but again, maybe I just got a bad apple. It obviously happens. Hopefully this is helpful.
**UPDATE - Oct 2013**
I actually got another one of these watches. This time one of the small chronograph dials has broken off. Looks like I'm taking it in again...
Nice looking watch. Would not recommend it.
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Initial post: Apr 2, 2012 12:41:37 AM PDT
You can adjust the dial back to zero by pulling out the crown and hitting one of two the buttons. one button will move the dial forward, the other will move it backwards.
Posted on Jun 6, 2013 9:02:28 PM PDT
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Posted on Feb 7, 2014 8:36:45 PM PST
I actually cant get that you used the watch for" first few months" and then ended up returning it!
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