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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Thermexman » Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:18 pm

Yeh, fasterer is beterer!
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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby nbg » Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:52 pm

Thegreyman wrote:I do not have a timegrapher nor an app to check accuracy so I just rely on timeanddate.com and often check my watches against that over a 1-3 day period maximum. The last time I checked by Rolex Sub it was bang on as you might expect for a virtually brand new watch of that cost.

Sounds as expected Patrick. :thumbup:

It certainly seems the case that since Rolex nailed their colours to the mast of +2/-2 seconds per day the watches are even more accurate. I have been wearing one for about 50% of the time since last Sunday - currently indicating a cumulative 1.5 seconds slow.

Over a three week period during Christmas and new year, I kept one running and wore it every day, in conjunction with other watches. I gave up and admitted defeat after three weeks, as it was running spot on. At no point during the period was it ever off more than +1/-1, depending on the pattern of wear during each day. :)

I seem to remember that scooter did a test with his Submariner after it was serviced and regulated and it came out a cumulative 1 second slow - after 40 days!

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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby smegwina » Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:07 pm

I don't have all the funky timing stuff, but my DeepSea was set against a radio G shock at Christmas, has been on a winder since, and on reading this thread, I checked it this morning.......

Against the G-shock now, it appears to be about 2 seconds fast, which isn't bad for a month. Image

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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Thegreyman » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:10 pm

^^^Nick, Neil. Good to get additional confirmation that Rolex is reassuringly accurate, as well as reassuringly expensive :lol:
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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Bahnstormer_vRS » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:28 pm

My Damasko DK15 (In house movement with EPS-spring) consistently runs at around +3 secs per day and, having demagnetised it last Sunday and checked just now, my Valjoux 7750 powered C60 Protochrono is also sitting at +3 secs per day.

That will do me. :thumbup:

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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Thegreyman » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:35 pm

^^^they are a fine pair of watches Guy. In general I think most people seem to find their Tridents accurate to 3-4 seconds per day which is pretty impressive.
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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby TigerChris » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:40 pm

Thegreyman wrote:^^^they are a fine pair of watches Guy. In general I think most people seem to find their Tridents accurate to 3-4 seconds per day which is pretty impressive.


My Trident GMT runs constantly around +4ish, no complaints here
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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Bahnstormer_vRS » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:47 pm

@Thegreyman - Cheers Patrick.

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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby smegwina » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:56 pm

Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:My Damasko DK15 (In house movement with EPS-spring) consistently runs at around +3 secs per day and, having demagnetised it last Sunday and checked just now, my Valjoux 7750 powered C60 Protochrono is also sitting at +3 secs per day.

That will do me. :thumbup:

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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Wis » Mon Jan 29, 2018 12:21 am

A 60 year old UG Polerouter I had once ran for 30 days and was clocked in at +3 s! Admittedly I did place it in different positions at night to slow it down or speed it up as need be, but still.
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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby mui.richard.hk » Mon Jan 29, 2018 8:23 pm

Tudor Heritage Ranger, last set in Nov 2016...as of today it's at +0.8 second against time server. Image

Rolex Explorer, last set in Feb 2017, today at - 0.5 seconds.

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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Amor Vincit Omnia » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:41 am

Some brilliant results here, and it is great to see watches performing so well.

My Tank has now been running since January 7, worn most days but with the occasional day in the box or on the winder. It hasn’t been reset or wound manually. It is currently showing -2 seconds. Mostly accounted for by the tendency to lose a second or two on the winder. I shall keep it going.
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Re: Phenomenal accuracy / CS

Postby Amor Vincit Omnia » Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:03 pm

Still there...

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