My Doxa.

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    My Doxa.

    Hello. I have been a lurker for several years now. I have been a die hard Dirk Pitt fan so inherently I have wanted a Doxa sub for a while. For my wife and I 's 12 year anniversary she bought me a 1200 T. What wife!! My question is I have never had an automatic watch until this one. I have to adjust the time by two minutes a week it seems. Is this usual. I know it's not a quarts. I was thinking once a month but once a week.

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    Re: My Doxa.

    Wow, what a great gift! Congratulations on your first Doxa!

    A minute or more a week definitely seems like a lot, but give your watch a little more time to "settle in." Usually the first few weeks of wrist time can yield some slightly inaccurate timing, but most automatic watches tend to be their most accurate after a solid chunk of run time.

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    Re: My Doxa.

    That's about a 15 second loss or gain, each day. That's a little excessive as these movements are easily regulated to a couple of seconds each day. Depending on when you bought it, it might still be in warranty.
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    Re: My Doxa.

    Thanks. I contacted them and they said to deplete its power and wind it. Sync it with clock on line and let it run and check it with it off your wrist.

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    Re: My Doxa.

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas taco View Post
    Thanks. I contacted them and they said to deplete its power and wind it. Sync it with clock on line and let it run and check it with it off your wrist.
    That's good... DOXA will take care of you.
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    Re: My Doxa.

    Did it work? I only have vintage stuff but mine need a little wrist time before they "Warm Up".

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