WatchUSeek Watch Forums banner
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

1 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hi everyone,
I'm a newbie to this forum, but I have been reading posts from the forum over 5 years :))....... but I do have a question ,so I make my first post today.
As the title says, I recently got a TT1 chronograph , but I recognized an issue with the hour counter as the picture shows; other hands are fine and accurate. This Oris has a similar movement likes 7750, so I compare it with my Victorinox (7750 movement also) , and it seems like the hour counter of the Victorinox be also misaligned. I didn't pay closely attention to this problem, cause the hands of the Victorinox are big and a bit hard to recognize it until I got the Oris and because Oris's hands are slimmer, so I saw it and compare back.
In general, is this a defective item? I know there some luxury automatic watches can be misaligned too. Beside that only small misaligned , everything else are fine... about 2 second fast per day. Thanks for your help!

Font Text Speedometer Odometer Auto part Font Bicycle part Indoor cycling Bicycle wheel Spoke
1 - 2 of 2 Posts