I used to have the Stop2Go, but sold it, as the second hand ticks 4 times a second, which I found to be very jarring.
There's a couple brick and mortar ADs around here that do business online:Not seeing any online retailers.... Any you know of?
I have one as well, while I don't find the movement jarring at all, I think that the precise movement of a conventional quartz would have suited this particular watch better. I get more compliment from non watch folks with that watch than any of my other watches. Just a fun one in the rotation.I used to have the Stop2Go, but sold it, as the second hand ticks 4 times a second, which I found to be very jarring.
It's not a winnable argument. I view regulation as the most critical and difficult aspect of timekeeping and therefore tend to view SD as quartz if I am forced to label it. But there are opposite and equally valid views.Regarding Grand Seiko Spring Drive, it's not quartz, but I'll let the onslaught of dialogue that is sure to come argue that on both sides.