Thanks for your reply, but I've no idea what iscochcronism or positional error is. Am I just looking at the daily rate?
Ok, if your numbers are correct then your watch gained 300 seconds over 21 days. Or it averaged a gain of 14 seconds per day, which is a bit high but not bad for a spring powered mechanical watch that was not set up for chronometer performance. The unvarnished truth is that mechanical watches are inaccurate and inconsistent time keepers when compared to watches with quartz movements. But we love 'em anyway.I've recently bought a Christopher Ward C60, but it's gained around 5 minutes in less than 3 weeks. Is this within tolerance levels? Seems like too much to me, but not long been into autos so not sure. Any opinions welcome please.
How did it go from "around five minutes in less than three weeks" to exactly three weeks and exactly five minutes?I did do an accurate test. I set it to the second using the atomic clock 3 weeks ago and it's gained 5 mins like I said. So I take it from the replies that it is running too fast?
Tudor Pelagos I just started tracking it two days ago, wear it every day set it on the dresser at night Dial Side Up I believe it has a 2824-2 as well
A spring Drive is a whole different beast just for comparison
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I know, it's real bummer, I had an Oris with a Sellita SW220 and it was off by 1.5 seconds a day, I'll definitely have it tweakedThats pretty poor for a Pelagos and probably falls short of Tudors target, I would speak to your AD about it if you're not happy about it. For reference I owned a Pelagos and it was only off by 1 second a day
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