I just purchased a new watch with 2824 chronometer-quality movement. I love the watch and it's keeping excellent time, however, it is losing a few seconds per day and I would prefer a watch that is slightly fast. I'm not a watch expert by any means but have thought about removing the case back and adjusting the screw slightly toward the positive/plus sign.
Can someone tell me how sensitive this adjustment is and how much turning is required to increase the timekeeping by a few seconds per day? I have done this on a Seiko 7s26 movement, for example, and it's quite challenging, taking a great deal of trial and error -- the smallest of changes has a big impact on timing for this lower end, but robust, movement. Just wondering how the ETA 2824 COSC might compare.