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Hi everyone. Quick question. I've read on numerous occasions over on the Seiko/Citizen forum, that on Seiko auto chronos, it is better to leave the chrono running. Apparently it puts less stress on the movement and less wear. Is this also true for the ETA movement used in the T-Graph? I know the Swiss and Japanese do things very differently.
 

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LOL i must be stupid - it NEVER occurred to me to ever stop the chrono - works like a normal second-hand for me!! :-D
I would do the same as long as I know I'm not wearing out the movement prematurely.

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I am hoping for a answer also. My t-graph gets the most wrist time. I switch between chrono running and stopped but would like to know what is better for my watch. Gsm
 
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