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Great little video, thanks for sharing it. While there are some rather high-end movements with lower beat-rates, I confess that I find them a tad irksome. 8 beats-per-second is my Goldilocks sweet-spot.
 

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Great video, thanks for sharing. Great mention of Seiko Spring Drive even though you don't have it in the video.


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excellent representation of different beats. Thanks for making this.
 
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I wish there was a GS present in my country, then I maybe could have inserted it.
On my national watch forum the guys said they should chip in so I could buy one, here :) (a joke naturally)
 

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Very interesting vid and good commentary, your time and effort making it very much appreciated:-!
 
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I don't know if the brake is applied in the same frequency as the quartz oscillator inside the Spring Drive so it might actually be 2^15 * 3600 bph. But otherwise it's 0 bph I guess.
 

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Oh my, that GS 36,000bph...
 

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Cool. That Grand Seiko seems to have some visible beat error though.
The Grand Seiko in my video was a clip from another YT member who agreed to let me use it, and it is a 30fps shot slowed down artificially, while the other watches were all shot in 60fps, which is why the GS does not look as smooth
 
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