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Flaker Wrote:Hello,I was wondering if other members can post how accurate their IWC watches are and please tell us the model?I know that there are many COSC watches out there but my favorites have always been IWC watches because, to me, they exude more style. My Aquatimer 2000 has a accuracy of about 1 second per day so thee are no complaints there at all!!Please also post how regularly you have your wath serviced to maintain this accuracy.Many thanks and I look forward to the replies.
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Tobias67 Wrote:I have now had my Big Ingenieur for three weeks, still +11s per 24h. I hope that it improves after that the lubricants has stabilised...Can the "energy level", meaning how many days left before it stopps have any impact on the accuracy?Tobiaa
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AL Wrote:My Pilot's Chrono is consistently running at +4 seconds a day. Although I am not TOO bothered, I couldn't help thinking how I can make it more "accurate" after knowing that other owners with watches using the same or similar calibre can achieve a much better result. A few posts here seem to suggest that the way how a watch is placed when not being worn will affect the accuracy. If so, how should I put it to make it consistently less fast? Any difference between wearing it with left hand and right hand?Thanks a million! AL
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