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mental check

I purchased my Seamaster Pro chronograph two weeks ago. I can't hear the watch wind during the day, (at work etc.) but when I'm home sitting at a quiet desk, the winding is rather loud and doesn't sound as smooth as I would think. It's keeping great time (-1 or 2 sec. per day) so I don't think anything is wrong, but it has me curious. I'm new to automatics, so I'm hoping someone else has a Seamaster Chronograph and can let me know if theirs has the same winding characteristics as mine.

Great site. Judging from the Seamaster responses on other watch forums, The Seamaster Pro is one popular watch. (or is it because I own one?) Thanks, Gene

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