Looks like the watch has settled down. Now it seems to be around +2 seconds per day which I find to be excellent. Maybe it'll catch up to the Eterna soonMy DC57 gains maybe 4-5 seconds per day so it's not super accurate. My Eterna gains maybe a second per day but my Junkers gains almost 20 seconds per day so can't really complain about the Damasko.
I bought a secondhand DA44 with bracelet, and experienced trouble with the winding stem, and sent it do Damasko for a repair under warranty. I recieved the watch 18 days ago, and have worn the watch every day since. What amazes me is that during those 18 days, the movement has gained just 5 seconds in total! (It had gained just 2 seconds total yesterday, but i took the watch off my wrist yesterday to lay on the nightstand during the night, which led it to gain an additional 3 seconds).
This is by far the best regulated ETA-movement i have had in any watch, and speaks volumes as to the attention to detail and cq Damasko has before returning a watch to a customer. Cudos!
The overall feeling of german craftsmanship and quality of both the watch and bracelet is amazing, and a find it hard to wear any of my other watches. I just keep coming back to my Damaskos!
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I just purchased a DK14 and right out of the box it was losing more than 20 seconds a day. On my third or fourth day of ownership I wore it on a work trip from the USA to Rwanda, and things got really bad. It began losing between 32 seconds to 50 seconds per day, and the rate was all over the place. I just sent it back to the AD for repair. One of the biggest reasons I chose this watch was for the reliability of this modern movement. I expect to have results like yours Heb when I get the watch back.
Wow...that really doesn't sound very good at all. I would probably send it back for servicing right away. The in-house A35 movement should perform within cosc specs. At least that's what is claimed, and personally I wouldn't take anything less at the price point of the DK10.I have a DK 10 that is 2 years old. From the start it lost -5 seconds a day which was disappointing. After moderste use in the last 2 years it is now losing 11 seconds or so per day. I was offered to send it back to Damasko via Singapore first but declined just for a regulation. I will have it regulated here in Toronto and see what happens in the near future.
I use a Casio G-Shock that synchronizes with an atomic clock via radio signal each night.How do you check how accurate your watch?
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