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Casio G-shock. One, two, three weeks and then I stopped counting...still spot on--and I don't even count it as part of my "collection". The point is? Or perhaps better defined parameters? (Automatics ONLY, hand wound, spring drive, quartz....)
 

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Casio G-shock. One, two, three weeks and then I stopped counting...still spot on--and I don't even count it as part of my "collection". The point is? Or perhaps better defined parameters? (Automatics ONLY, hand wound, spring drive, quartz....)
Automatics only.


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Once I timed my Seiko Monster over three weeks. It gained something like 10 seconds in that time.
 

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Never checked any of my watches but I only reset my Sub and Daytona every couple of months and they are never far out.
 

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Sky-Dweller 326933, +0.14 sec/day, worn 7 days/week and stored crown up (YES! Crown UP!) at night. :-d

Of course, timing deviation is subject to change for various reasons over an entire year. :think:

"Worst case" timing deviation so far has been dial up at night, with -0.89 sec/day. Still, THAT would only be a <theoretical> loss of 5-1/2 minutes per year. Not too shabby! :-!

Modern Rolex don't seem to follow the 'old rules' for customer timing deviation adjustments they used to supply years back with the watch paperwork.

Must be due to advances in movements it would seem?
 

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Sky-Dweller 326933, +0.14 sec/day, worn 7 days/week and stored crown up (YES! Crown UP!) at night. :-d

Of course, timing deviation is subject to change for various reasons over an entire year. :think:

"Worst case" timing deviation so far has been dial up at night, with -0.89 sec/day. Still, THAT would only be a <theoretical> loss of 5-1/2 minutes per year. Not too shabby! :-!

Modern Rolex don't seem to follow the 'old rules' for customer timing deviation adjustments they used to supply years back with the watch paperwork.

Must be due to advances in movements it would seem?
What device are you using to measure that has the resolution to display a 0.14 sec deviation?
 

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My Nomos Club and StowaTO2 generally run within 05-1spd if I rest them correctly
 
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