HOLY COW! Have not gained or lost a second yet...

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    HOLY COW! Have not gained or lost a second yet...

    Hi Guys,

    Man, this Ionosphere doesn't stop impressing me. Been wearing it for about 36 hours straight. It has not gained or lost a second since I first set it! I now I know new watches settle and all that, but my previous Balls never really fluctuated...

    My WorldTimer has gained 20 seconds in a little over 2 months, that's it! Both my Hydrocarbons were at a bout +1 sec/day and my Master II Diver was super acccurate also. Something like 30sec/month!!!

    I really would like to know details about their regulating. I mean, I have had countless 2824, 2836, 7750 watches, NONE have been this accurate!!!

    So, Ball USA, can you tell us what is invoilved in teh regulating?

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    Re: HOLY COW! Have not gained or lost a second yet...

    Brian - do you wear that particular watch 24 hours a day? If not, when you take it off, in what position do you leave it?
    Cheers,
    Gerry


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    Re: HOLY COW! Have not gained or lost a second yet...

    Marc,

    If you could put it on a Vibrograf, the print out results would be interesting. I had my Fireman and it gain 2 seconds daily the first week when worn all the time (even at night). Later it gained between 5-8 seconds per day as I took them off before going to bed.
    Last edited by bullosa; September 15th, 2007 at 14:04.

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