How does the Chronograph work on Moonswatches?

If you have a moonswatch I am interested in how the Chronograph operates. Specifically, is there a tactile feedback click each time the pushers are pushed? I have a Citizen quartz Chronograph and the top pusher only clicks on the first "start" but not on the "stops" or the "restarts", which I don't like. Also, on the Moonswatches, is the 2:00 subdial part of the Chronograph function that allows it to time up to 10 hours? I appreciate your help.

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I would go up stairs and check my daughter's but she asked me to stop playing with her toys

jiggapooh

I would go up stairs and check my daughter's but she asked me to stop playing with her toys

I've heard that some. I have a different Swatch and despite the plastic and wonky hacking second hand I like it, so I don't want to rule it out if the Chronograph works well.

The two o'clock subdial is a 1/10 second counter. It only rotates when you pause the stopwatch.

There's tactile and audible feedback on both pushers for all functionality. It's very satisfying.

ChuffedBrah

The two o'clock subdial is a 1/10 second counter. It only rotates when you pause the stopwatch.

There's tactile and audible feedback on both pushers for all functionality. It's very satisfying.

Thanks, I appreciate it.

ChuffedBrah

The two o'clock subdial is a 1/10 second counter. It only rotates when you pause the stopwatch.

There's tactile and audible feedback on both pushers for all functionality. It's very satisfying.

I have this watch and I agree.

Wait, people use those stopwatches??

They have a little click when you push it in , but they are not great lol I say that owning 5

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Just do a YouTube search. It's all there 馃憤

DocBilly46

I have this watch and I agree.

I misread the post. I thought that the poster was asking how it use the chronograph