I'm a very happy boy today. My new Oris Prodiver Kittiwake LE (#331/500) just arrived about 10 minutes ago (I've wanted one ever since diving the Kittiwake wreck in Grand Cayman last year).... so, of course, the first thing I did was slap it into my Timegrapher.
Wow... did I ever win the Lotto. Only one position tested so far and it's bang on, +-0 secs with 0 beat error. That's the best I've ever seen from any of my watches, including chronometers costing 3-4 times more.
It's really interesting when you put watches on a Timegrapher and see what they do. Some watches are all over the map when you change the position and take several minutes to settle down. Some run fast for a minute, then slow for a minute, then fast again. Very few are rock solid from the moment you put them on the machine or each time you change position. This one is absolutely rock solid, with no deviation after moving it. It locked right in immediately at 0 sec/day and didn't budge. I am completely impressed with this movement (Sellita SW 200-1 based). Who would have thought an ETA 2824-2 clone would be so accurate.
Anyway... back to my testing, then on to sizing the bracelet. What a beautiful watch