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I hate this product as it gains aprox five minutes every twenty four hours. Not very good by Seiko standards do you think?
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Initial post: 26 Feb 2013 20:58:04 GMT
Mr. A. M. Davidson says:
Mine was like this when I got it. After a year it settled in, eventually keeping perfect time. It's over 7 years old now, still keeps good time.
Posted on 29 Apr 2013 14:57:55 BDT
Mr. LH says:
Unless you spend a lot of money on a certified chronometer, you'll never see the same accuracy from an automatic watch as you will with most quartz movements. Even a very cheap quartz will hold its accuracy well in comparison. It's one of those things you have to put up with when you buy an auto.
This is a very cheap watch and you get what you pay for :-)
Posted on 21 Jul 2013 14:23:20 BDT
Five seconds rather than five minutes would be quite normal. Anyway, after 2 months of constant use you can tell for sure, any mechanical needs breaking in. If the drift remains this big and is CONSTANT, this is the simplest adjustment for any watchmender to do. I would replace it though just because you can, check out and do whichever is cheaper.
But if quartz accuracy is what you're looking for go for a similar miltary looking Pulsar PS9045X1 for the same price or cheaper, very nice!
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