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Re: Getting timing set
In Response To: Re: Getting timing set ()

: If you haven't already, you should read the zOwie FAQ topic
: on watch accuracy .

: Truth is, each automatic is a little different. Each reacts to
: how you use it and wear it. Your physical movement
: characteristics, the amount of time you wear it each day,
: and the position you lay it in when you go to sleep all
: affect the accuracy of any mechanical watch. Accuracy is
: not unique to any brand and money does not buy better
: accuracy. Thanks for the response. I've been checking out this site and read the posts about putting your watch in a different position at night in order to compensate for any time lost/gained during the day. I'll give it a try. It'll take a while to figure out which positions gain and which ones lose, but with experimenting I should be able to get it figured out.

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