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  1. Public Forum
    Hi, I have a number of watches with NH35 movements in them, and I'm noticing some similarities in their accuracy when I store them. When stored face up, the movements all run fast, gaining at least 10 seconds per day. When stored face vertical with crown right, all the movements seem to run...
  2. Clock world
    Cool read from Seiko on optical clocks! Mind boggling how it ties into the theory of relativity and how how these clocks could have applications in measuring changes in gravity as a result!
  3. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    SOLD is a used Casio G-Shock GW-300BB-1A watch. This is a very cool model with a lot of nice features, and spot on time keeping ability. Watch is in very good condition overall. Strap shows slight signs of wear. Crystal has a very slight scratch about 3mm long over the 1 in 12. Could not capture...
  4. 2015
    Maurice Lacroix is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and it is easy to see that there is a good momentum pushing the ML watches towards success again. This company floundered through last few years, but made smart turnaround with Sandro Reginelli as the Head of product development, and...
  5. Public Forum
    Would an Omega Seamaster work on space? Okay I ask this seriously. It's not a "funny" thread. What I have understood is that Speedmaster has manual winding and so it can work in space (zero gravity). Since Seamaster is basically the same watch but more waterproofed could it work on space? Or...
  6. Digital & ABC watches
    Hi guys, Was watching Gravity movie other day and saw Sandra Bullock is wearing a digital watch (screenshot attached). Anyone has any idea what this might be?
  7. High-end watches
    Girard-Perregaux unveils another spectacular creation with an exclusive limited edition of its bi-axial Tourbillon. The astonishingly modern architecture of the Brand iconic movement is enhanced by a black DLC-coated titanium case and magnified by the contrast of colors and materials. The...
  8. Casio G-Shock
    So I do know about the drop tests. But what is the minimum that Casio G-Shocks are rated for shock resistance in Gravities (Gs)? They are rated to 200M (20Bar), but why do they not quantify or even publicize the shock resistance rating? Anybody have any clue?
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