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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Well- It's been a long day.

    Paradive 034-123 has been less than one second off (fast or slow) over the last six days - This is compared to a GPS-satellite clock.

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaCosmicMan View Post
    Well- It's been a long day.

    Paradive 034-123 has been less than one second off (fast or slow) over the last six days - This is compared to a GPS-satellite clock.

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    WOW! That's a brutal accuracy that I am dreaming of! Fantastic, indeed.

    Do you get that accuracy on the wrist by wearing continuously?

    Wear it in the best of health . . .

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    WOW! That's a brutal accuracy that I am dreaming of! Fantastic, indeed.l
    I got +.35 sec/day. I started a new thread to see what other MKII owners observe.
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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Thank You Serdal, for your good wishes, These are regulated in six positions, according to the spec sheet, before they are shipped.

    I work a twelve hour shift, and the watch has been worn for about 14-15 hours per day (since I received it) and in the box when not wearing it. Funny though, I posted this last evening just before I went to bed, got up this morning at 0420, did my normal routine, and when I got to work and checked it against the GPS clock, It gained three seconds last night and this morning!!! -Made a liar out of me again. But, the accuracy is till very good. (My Kingston was about 5 seconds fast over 7-days time if I remember correctly - also very, very good.)

    I am very satisfied with all of Bill's work.
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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

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    Dear Heebs, here is the solution to your "Big" problem :

    Send 4 of them to me, and your problem is gone

    But then, I will have same problem of yours!

    Wear them in the best of health . . .

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    Thanks Capt for thinking of me, but I don't think it would be fair to burden you with my problems However, then I could start rebuilding... trouble!
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    Quote Originally Posted by heebs View Post
    Thanks Capt for thinking of me, but I don't think it would be fair to burden you with my problems However, then I could start rebuilding... trouble!
    I wish I had the same problem

    Wear your gorgeous collection in the best of health, my friend . . .

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaCosmicMan View Post
    ... when I got to work and checked it against the GPS clock, It gained three seconds last night and this morning!!! - ... (My Kingston was about 5 seconds fast over 7-days time if I remember correctly -
    An overnight gain or loss off the wrist is a positional variance. The observation of your Kingston over seven days is the cancelling of that.
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