OK - brief recap of recent events.
I have owned my Sinn 756 S UTC since February 2006 and have pretty much been wearing it non-stop since (can't get it off of my wrist!).
On Saturday, after the gym, I took a shower with it on - its water resistant right?!? and I didn't feel comfortable leaving it in the locker.
I didn't wear it on Sunday at all - so it was starting to slow down by Monday. To start it up, I did the "Slap the watch against my palm" technique to get the rotor going (hey - the guys at the watch shops do this too). I did this a few times and then reset the time. (Don't you just love hearing that rotor spin?)
Anyways - now the watch runs about 5 mins fast per HOUR!! ARGH!!
Could it be some water got in the watch?? Or did I just pound it against my palm too hard?? I could hear the rotor spinning pretty vigorously...
What should I do? I'm currently letting my 756 rest and stop completely before trying to start it up again. I won't be hitting it against my wrist as hard either.
If anyone has any suggestions - please let me have them. I just hope I don't have to send it back to Sinn for repair...