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    If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    This baby is just for you!

    That said, the wait list is probably worse than Rolex's and it doesn't come with a strap or bracelet.
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    Off Topic post Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    Darn, I was hoping for this

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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    Or Citizen Chronomaster for the next step in accuracy that can also be worn.

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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    O.K. so it’s well accurate but methinks it would look a little lumpy on the wrist.

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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    I wonder if it has a sapphire crystal......?
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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    More down to Earth - https://watchesbysjx.com/2018/03/cha...8coGcUIuhNKbUI

    The double-impulse chronometer is accurate to 5/8 of a second every 100 days, and only costs a little more than USD $80,000.

    I got to handle one last week, and it was truly exquisite.
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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    Quote Originally Posted by docvail View Post
    I see what you did there.
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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    From the linked article:

    "The case is a large, straightforward form, measuring 42mm with integrated lugs. One of the world’s most eminent watch experts described the case as being reminiscent of the IWC Portugieser, but with a feel of massive quality."

    Ouch, IWC!
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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    You could always get one of these. It might not slip under your shirt sleeve and it's definitely gonna slow you down going through airport security... but it's accurate.

    https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/in...ic-clock-watch
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    Re: If you need something more accurate than Rolex's +/- 2 secs/day

    Quote Originally Posted by BigSeikoFan View Post
    I see what you did there.
    Thank you.


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