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just bought a sturmanski space pioneer quartz chrono vk64 3354851 , £40 inc postage , and im confused about its workings , as I understand it the top pusher , starts the second hand timer , but the watch is working while no other chronograph dials are moving , so in theory if the second hand is in the stationary position and the 2 small chrono dials are also not moving the watch still keeps time , I thought a quartz watch had to have one dial moving to show its working 

I think its a Seiko movement

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Top pusher should start central seconds and left hand dial, it is also used to stop both hands. Bottom pusher returns hands to zero.

Right hand dial is a 24 hour dial and should be moving constantly along with hour/minutes hands.

Think it's supposed to be a Seiko VK-64 movement.

Where was it purchased from?

 

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3 minutes ago, craig12 said:

e bay  pre owned 

 

but why aren't any dials moving to show a seconds ticking action 

There is no constant seconds ticking action on this movement

 

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bottom  pusher certainly is returning dial to 12 o clock position and top pusher starts 2nd hand , but top pusher dosent seem to be starting left hand chrono 

the left hand chrono seems to be moving though , so the left hand chrono might be moving every 60 secs 

the right hand chrono dosent seem to be doing much

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ok mate , as brum has said there is no running seconds hand - so when not using the chronograph (stopwatch) the only hands that will move are the hour and minute hands and the 24hr hand (on the right)

bottom button resets - then top button to start and stop the chronograph hands - the seconds and the minutes (on the left)

to see correct operation of chronograph minutes (on the left) wait at least one minute after pressing the start button

 

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3 minutes ago, craig12 said:

bottom  pusher certainly is returning dial to 12 o clock position and top pusher starts 2nd hand , but top pusher dosent seem to be starting left hand chrono 

the left hand chrono seems to be moving though , so the left hand chrono might be moving every 60 secs 

the right hand chrono dosent seem to be doing much

What is the right hand chrono on at the moment?

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7 minutes ago, craig12 said:
never had a sturmanskie , seemed ok for £40 delivered
right hand chrono is between 2 and 3 o clock position

Well it's set at 5:05 am then.
This is what it should be looking like. 5:05 pm
Different watch same movement.
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just needs resetting to correct time.

Sent from my MAR-LX1A using Tapatalk
 

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