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    #2621
    i fell in love w/ a blacked out watch. non-fashion watch beaut siya. nakaka-tempt tuloy

    btw, how accurate are automatic watches? mas lalo na pag naka tengga

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    #2622
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    i fell in love w/ a blacked out watch. non-fashion watch beaut siya. nakaka-tempt tuloy

    btw, how accurate are automatic watches? mas lalo na pag naka tengga
    i re-set my electronic watches about once a year, by 3 minutes at worst.
    in daily, ordinary use, not even by a long shot are mechanical watches as accurate as the electronic watches. even the "cheap digital ones" at the tiangge are more accurate.
    my un-dying seiko 5's and orient ocean star get lost by about 5-8 minutes a month at best.

    the rolex, omega and the like? i wouldn't know, as i don't have one. but i see my colleagues' rolexes, and their hands are about 5 minutes away from my electronic watch's.

    a full wind will keep the mechanical watch running for 48-72 hours.

    i use the radyo time as basis for setting time.

    if one is an aficionado, one wouldn't mind adjusting the watch from time to time. "that watch is on the wrist because of something else besides telling time."
    a timepiece aficionado once said, "when the timepiece is that expensive, telling the time is not its raison de etre".

    me? i prefer "watch and wear". i strap it on, and expect it to tell me accurate time whenever i flick my wrist.
    Last edited by dr. d; May 16th, 2018 at 09:37 AM.

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    #2623
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    i fell in love w/ a blacked out watch. non-fashion watch beaut siya. nakaka-tempt tuloy

    btw, how accurate are automatic watches? mas lalo na pag naka tengga
    I have 4 automatic watches sir some are +5s perday yung iba -5s perday. Pero napansin ko nag se settle accuracy nila after 4days of using. Pag rotation ang watches mo hindi issue ang accuracy kasi after 1 week of using mga 20seconds lang naman na miss ng watch. I rotate mine every week.

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    #2624
    Quote Originally Posted by mokong22 View Post
    I have 4 automatic watches sir some are +5s perday yung iba -5s perday. Pero napansin ko nag se settle accuracy nila after 4days of using. Pag rotation ang watches mo hindi issue ang accuracy kasi after 1 week of using mga 20seconds lang naman na miss ng watch. I rotate mine every week.

    Sent from my vivo 1606 using Tapatalk
    My Edifice world traveller is the most accurate watch that i have, it keeps updating time via bluetooth connected to my iPhone.


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    #2625
    Finished charging my Garmin Forerunner 405.



    I don't have to adjust the time. It's self adjusting via GPS. It's kind of cumbersome because I have to charge this every 7-10 days. I had this watch for about 6-7 years, if my memory serves me right.

    I'm more of a sports watch guy. More on technology rather than wearing a jewelry time piece that cost more than a car.

    YOLO!

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    #2626
    nuts



    FOCUS

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    #2627
    I bit the bullet last night & bought an entry level blacked out seiko 5



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    #2628
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    i fell in love w/ a blacked out watch. non-fashion watch beaut siya. nakaka-tempt tuloy

    btw, how accurate are automatic watches? mas lalo na pag naka tengga
    Accuracy of mechanical watches depend on a lot of things bro. The ones with standard lever escapement are more prone to positional variation. They also tend to run faster as the power reserve winds down.

    Chronometers (COSC) should have a maximum of -4/+6 second average daily variance rate.
    Last edited by Wh1stl3r; May 19th, 2018 at 06:51 PM.

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    #2629
    Garmin Descent X1 is my watch now. Love it.

    A true dive computer that can be worn everyday.

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    #2630
    Quote Originally Posted by EQAddict View Post
    Garmin Descent X1 is my watch now. Love it.

    A true dive computer that can be worn everyday.

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    Droooollll..

    Really like that but too expensive for me

    Settled with Amphos for my diving



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