FIRST sorry for the mis-spelled Bizarre lol- I hate u can't edit a title and I didn't notice until I posted the thread.
Ok I am going to bet this is the first time anyone has ever seen a Patek vs a Stuhrling lol. I have a 1960s vintage PP Calatrava I just had serviced so I wanted to check how it was keeping time. I set it to my Bulova Precisionist which is supposedly +/- 5-10 seconds a year. Well I started thinking, why not test my other hand wound watches as well- As I have reviewed here I recently bought a Stuhrling Winchester Bridge Skeletal (for fun), an Armand Nicolet LS8 (because it is beautiful) lol and so I set all three yesterday at noon. I am winding them all in the morning and a little at night (just in case). Here is how they were fairing today- will post a new pic everyday in this thread showing the daily results for a few days if anyone is interested.
As you can see all 3 watches are pretty close to the Bulova on day one. And please, don't post BS about me trying to push a brand or sell a watch or some other ridiculous comments.. This is purely for fun! The PP is ALL original- gotta say that's pretty impressive for a 60 year old watch!! I suppose the Stuhrling is impressive considering I paid about $100 for it.