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    Re: Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

    How are you guys measuring to sub second read error ? Video frame analysis?

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    Re: Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

    My 8800 is losing about -2 seconds/day when worn.

    The only position in which I can get it to gain time is dial down, where it gains about +1 seconds/day.

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    Re: Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

    Quote Originally Posted by LCheapo View Post
    How are you guys measuring to sub second read error ? Video frame analysis?
    The easiest way is to measure deviation over a time period of multiple days, and then dividing by the number of days. The longer the period, the lower the read error.
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    Re: Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

    It's been a while, but I was referring to posts talking about 1.5 seconds lost in 15 hours, or 0.5 seconds over night.

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    Re: Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

    My metas 8800 loses 0.7 a day worn and then I can gain 1 second over night crown down.


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    Re: Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asfalloth View Post
    My metas 8800 loses 0.7 a day worn and then I can gain 1 second over night crown down.


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    Who has a METAS movement that is losing time?

    Quote Originally Posted by N8G View Post
    Not losing, but my AT with an 8900 is gaining 3.5 a day. I wouldn't mind losing less than a second a day, but understand it isn't in METAS spec.

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    Mine closer to 4 but it's within spec.

    If mine lost time I'd be pushing Omega to adjust it under warranty.

    If they are pushing back, I'd keep actuate records as evidence.

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