Well I've been looking for a new watch, and I can't decide between a Milus Zetios Chronograph or a Perrelet Chronograph or a Jean Marcel Chronograph.
in my indecision, I've started wondering why I want a chronograph at all
Do I really need an automatic chronograph, or is it just for looks?
I have several stop watches as it is...no one is ever going to want to do the 800metres timing with an automatic chronograph worn on my wrist, rather than a digital read out. Equally, I'm never going to go diving with mine.
What do you use a chronograph for? Do you really need it, or is this just some kind of luxury fad that I'm getting into?
Maybe I should just stick to a classic minimalist watch piece which only tells me the time and has no dementia aids for the day and date
While I'm at it, I'm starting to wonder about how accurate the automatic chronographs are. Some websites indicate that the automatic winding watches from Perrelet can go out as much as 3 seconds a day, which is 21 seconds a week, or 1 1/2 minutes a month.
Thanks for any insights