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    Power reserve on 1200T

    What are you guys getting? My watch keeps great time, but doesn't like letting the others have a turn...

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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    51 and crickets?

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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    Somewhere between 24-30 hours I think.


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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    Mine lasted 7 hours off wrist; that's after wearing it every day for 12 weeks and on wrist 22+ hours per day. Probably needed an extra week or two on wrist. During that 12 week period, its average daily rate went from about +2 s/d to -11 s/d after week 12. But I'm not concerned because Doxa says "...[that's normal]...".

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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    Just timed my power reserve and it's actually only 18hrs.


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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    I think the normal PR of the 2824 is somewhere around 36-40 hrs., fully wound. The most my 1200T has been off my wrist has been 12 hrs and it hasn't missed a bit

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    Hi, timing the power reserve is rather difficult and can only be fully achieved when the watch was fully wound on a winder. I do not encourage anyone to wind the watch manually and try to time the power reserve. Wearing the watch for years will not give it its full power reserve. So don't compare those values because they will vary from a few hours to 30 depending on the activity of the wearer
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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    That just about covers it.

    Thanks, heb

    Quote Originally Posted by DOXA S.A. View Post
    Hi, timing the power reserve is rather difficult and can only be fully achieved when the watch was fully wound on a winder. I do not encourage anyone to wind the watch manually and try to time the power reserve. Wearing the watch for years will not give it its full power reserve. So don't compare those values because they will vary from a few hours to 30 depending on the activity of the wearer

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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    I'm getting 20 to 24 hours, I thought it would be more. At least it's been very accurate even when I've worn it enough to keep from stopping for several days. Thanks guys.

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    Re: Power reserve on 1200T

    FULLY wound the movement should bring 40 hrs minimum.
    My 600T and 750T with ETA2824: around 41 hrs
    My vintages with ETA2783 are bringing more: around 48 hrs
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