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  1. Public Forum
    About a month ago, I bought my Rolex GMT Master II BLNR. I absolutely love it. Beyond a week of vacation, I've had it on my wrist every day. I absolutely love it. A few weeks ago, I decided to (somewhat scientifically) keep track of how much time the watch was losing over time. This isn't my...
  2. Public Forum
    I was one of those who thought chronos are silly and have no use other than the aesthetic appeal. Recently, I've been using the chronograph more often. Don't get me wrong, by no means it is something "essential" but lets not kid ourselves, no part of this watch hobby is either. So now I find...
  3. Watchmaking
    Hi, I'm trying to find a copy of biburo (or any good free watch timing software) but the old Japanese link is dead. Does anyone have the file that they could just email to me or is it online somewhere else? Thanks!
  4. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Forgive my ignorance. I am posting this message in hopes that more knowledgeable folks can enlighten me just a bit. I'm looking at a Gallet 25 automatic with the 6119B movement. The seller says that it was timed and found to lose 42.6 seconds over 24 hours. My question: is this acceptable...
  5. Chinese Mechanical watches
    My ST5 WUS Chinese Mechanical Forum 2013 Project Watch #29 (henceforth just '#29'), is not (yet) running very stable: On average it is currently (days 0 to 2) losing 12 seconds/day when worn, and 3 seconds/day when stored dial up. My current plan is to give it a few days to stabilize, then try...
  6. Public Forum
    Well, you don't think twice, you help him :-! Here's the story: When Hardwell was announced the #1 DJ in the world by DJMag.com, his agency decided to give him a nice present. They bought him a Rolex GMT .. all black. Because he lives in the same city and he's the best friend of my son (who...
  7. Reviews
    When I came across the Flying Dutchman Special Edition on the internet I immediately knew this would be my next watch. It precisely fulfilled my complete expectations of a watch, both in design and in terms of specifications. As if you suddenly realize, by seeing the watch, you always wanted it...
  8. Watchmaking
    Not sure if this is the right forum, but I sent my Omega Seamaster out for an overhaul, it was running about +40 in 24 hours. Got it back in nice shape and it seems to be running about +4 now. This slip came back with it, I'm assuming it shows the timing? I never saw anything like this...
  9. OCEAN7 & AIRNAUTIC
    I did not want to hijack a thread I just replied to so I figured I'd start another. I know this is not Ocean7 Specific and if the mods or Mitch want to remove this post. Please do but I believe this is OK marked as off Topic. I am posting here as I respect the opinion of my fellow Ocean7...
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