C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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[/quote]Too bad Seiko is pulling the 6R movement into the $800+ price range now [/quote]

Impulse buy unfortunately, although i really do like the watch to be honest and the whole titanium thing intrigued me. Anyway i have looked into things a lot more this time and while you never know, things are certainly off to a great start.

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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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Commisar wrote:
Wed Jun 03, 2020 5:05 pm
Foxman50 wrote:Day 1 - 30th May +4sec
Day 2 - 31st May -4sec
Day 3 - 1st June -2sec
Day 4 - 2nd June -2sec
Day 5 - 3rd June -8sec Big jump
That all depends on wrist position, activity level and energy in the spring.

Your biggest jump was -8 SPD, all else.is -2 or -4 SPD

Not bad at all.

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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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Day 1 - 30th May +4sec
Day 2 - 31st May -4sec
Day 3 - 1st June -2sec
Day 4 - 2nd June -2sec
Day 5 - 3rd June -8sec
Day 6 - 4th June -5sec

Oops and think the CW bug has bitten :D
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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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Day 1 - 30th May +4sec
Day 2 - 31st May -4sec
Day 3 - 1st June -2sec
Day 4 - 2nd June -2sec
Day 5 - 3rd June -8sec
Day 6 - 4th June -5sec
Day 7 - 4th June -4sec

So after a week we are 21 seconds slow, which for me is great. Think I will leave it at that for now. I will reset and see how we sit end of next week. Cheers

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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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I've never measured any of my CW's accuracy. A few seconds a day is neither here nor there for me. Going to have to check them now... What's acceptable in the general view?

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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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I was hoping for less than 1min per week, as it stands ill be less than 1min bi weekly. Maybe i had low expectations.

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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

Post by Amor Vincit Omnia »

It depends on the movement.

In the latest handbooks the tolerances quoted for the SW200 are +/-20 s/d. Most people find that the general accuracy lies within around 10 s/d with these movements. Some are considerably better.

Chronometers obviously have less of a range, being engineered to final tolerances.
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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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My SH21 gains about three seconds a day. My GMT I purchased in January had been running -1 sec a day. Pretty impressive.


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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

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Foxman50 wrote:I was hoping for less than 1min per week, as it stands ill be less than 1min bi weekly. Maybe i had low expectations.
+-7 SPD is a about a minute a week, which most seem very happy with if the movement isn't a Chronometer.

And remember, a SW-200 is pretty darn easy to regulate.

Yours is pretty darn good from factory.



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Re: C60 Trident Pro 600 - Accuracy

Post by Aussie »

Great watch. Congrats.
I’d expect it to settle +/- 5 (Mine was usually -4 to 5) sec per day. That’s what I got out of mine for last 3 years as a daily wearer.
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