Yours is a quartz, so 4 jewels is more than enough given far less moving parts in the movement. It's a very good watch btw, with a high-accuracy quartz movement. Should be accurate to about +/- 20 sec/year IIRC.
Thanks. I was joking, but you are kind to want to reassure me.
Ha! I kinda figured, but decided to post nevertheless. As for the number of jewels being relevant to the quality of the movement (Hope this isn't old news for everybody in this thread ) -- I recall there is a certain minimum number of key points which definitely benefit from being jewelled (I think it's 17 for a 3-hand watch without complications). Extra jewels do help to reduce wear and tear, but the returns are quite diminished -- they just show special attention on the part of the manufacturer, and massage the WIS-spot.