I just noticed recently that my watch runs fast when I'm not wearing it but dead-on-accurate when I am wearing it. Weird right? I mean, just last night, I took the watch out of the case and wind it and set the time. I also take out my Breitling Superocean and Ball watches and set them the same way. This morning, my other two watches are spot on but my Nimo was fast by about 3 minutes!!! I was shocked to say the least. So, I reset the time and I'm observing it now and it seems to be on track.
This isn't the first time I noticed it either. I just got another watch back from servicing so I use that watch more than the others but I take them (my other watches) out to wind them and set them once in a while and I do recall my Nimo being off by more than 2 minutes compared to my other watches. I just didn't think anything of it but this time I take note because I set it along with my other watches at the same time, the same way so there's no reason why it should be off by that much. Prior to this, I guess I didn't see any problem because I'd hardly taken it off my wrist up until a couple of weeks ago.
Question is, why is it fast off my wrist and ok when I'm wearing it? Shouldn't it behave the same or worse when I'm wearing it (because of all the moving around)?
I was worried that I'd have to have it regulated but since it's fine when I wear it, I guess I'll just keep wearing it! haha!