The UX I saw in the Sinn showroom all had the "backbounce" ... perhaps it has something to do with the oil, or with this particular movement type? My other quartz watches (different movement type) don't exhibit that behavior.
On second thought, I am not sure that the slack of the second hand has to do with the oil ... I had the same (for me) annoying slack in a Breitling and an IWC (JLC movement) quartz watches I owned earlier.
Strangely, the lowly Marathon (ISA) and Traser/H3 (Ronda) movements have no slack at all.
No I don't think it's the oil either Martin.
I've also noticed it's not a constant thing, sometimes more pronounced and sometimes not there at all.
I'm ok with it, keeping perfect time after all.
I'll call it "character"...lol.
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