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    U1 Timekeeping

    Just curious what folks are getting with there timekeeping. How many seconds plus or minus per day. Does Sinn have a rate which they state is acceptable? Thanks.


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    Re: U1 Timekeeping

    My U1 Pro is +1-2 seconds a day. Sinn use top grade movements in their watches. My other Sinn’s are very accurate as well!

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    Re: U1 Timekeeping

    My U1 SE is consistent at -2 to 3 seconds per day.

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    Re: U1 Timekeeping

    My U1T that I bought a month ago is about +7 a day.

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    Re: U1 Timekeeping

    My T1 is between 2.5 to 2.80 seconds fast per day.
    I have never seen that Sinn makes any claims for their non-chronometer watches.

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    Re: U1 Timekeeping

    Not a U1, but I compared my EZM 3 today to the time signal on the radio which broadcasts everyday at 11am and it was on time to the second! That was without making any adjustments for the past two weeks since I last set it to the same time signal. Don't know if this affected accuracy but I wound it about 10 turns every morning and wore it daily.
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