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Hi all,
I've bought an Omega PO 42mm about 6 month ago and since I've got it it runs very accurate gaining about 2/3sec a day (douring the night I always put it with the crown up).
Recently I realize that it runs 5/6sec without changing my habits... :-s

Could be a problem or a warning? :-(
 

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if you bought it new dont think its a problem its still cosc standard just keep an eye on it longer and see if its settled in that timing
 

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I wouldn't be so concerned. It is not abnormal for ths to happen with a watch, even during the first year of wear, and it is still within COSC specifications. Just keep monitoring it, but otherwise continue to enjoy it.
 

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Thanks for the response.
Yes, I bought it new but it sound strange to me that after only some month it double its staring gain...
 

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I wouldn't worry either.
When i purchased my PO (brand new) it took several months to settle down.
It now runs +/- 1 second per 24 hours. |>
Relax, sit down and pour yourself an ice cold beer.
That's my favourite way of enjoying my PO. :-!
 
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