Update. Unfortunately, although the demagnetiser initially did the job, it had since reverted back to gaining 1 8 SPD.Amor Vincit Omnia wrote: ↑Thu Feb 11, 2021 7:33 pmtiming.JPG
I'm glad that demagnetisation has improved things for you.
But (slightly playing Devil's Advocate ) the two things above don't quite add up. How would I (as CW) react if someone told me their watch was performing within advertised specs but it wasn't acceptable?
Did you not read the details before ordering?
Anyway, as I said, I'm glad it's OK.
You are right, the tolerance of the movement falls into spec, and I have no legal address, however, I own several watches with this movement, and all of them are considerably more accurate. To be honest, I would be disappointed if I had purchased a £100 watch with an NH35 movement that performed as badly as that. I have emailed CW expressing my disappointment, but without expecting them to actually do anything. They are big enough to manage without my future business.