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I have the same problem with mine-- light works but time is stuck - what is wrong? does the watch have two separate batteries?

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    The rotolog watches have three batteries actually. Two for the ledlight and one for the clock mechanism. This battery will last about two years till it needs changing.

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No problem, but charger should be common

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