Sub 1000t Accuracy

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    Sub 1000t Accuracy

    Hi - another Doxa newbie question. I have my sights on a 1000t, but I'm curious what kind of accuracy current owners are getting ? Thanks !

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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    Welcome here,

    mvt. in the 1000T is the ETA 2824-2 which comes without COSC spec.
    It's a very common and reliable mvt. and is used by a lot of watch manufactures (cheap ones like Steinhart or expensive ones like Tudor)
    The acc. should be between +/- 12 sec.

    In 2005 I purchased a new 750T which houses the same mvt. My watch runs around +6 sec/d right out of the tube. I have no problem with this.

    If you are not satisfied the regulation can easily be done by every skilled watchmaker or you can do it yourself if you work carefully

    Hope this helps
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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    Quote Originally Posted by ddd View Post
    Hi - another Doxa newbie question. I have my sights on a 1000t, but I'm curious what kind of accuracy current owners are getting ? Thanks !
    My 1000T TUSA runs +4. My other DOXAs, that house the same non-COSC movement, all run within COSC specs.
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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    My 1000T has gained about 10-12 seconds per day pretty consistently since I bought it. Fine by me--I'm not an accuracy freak--but a little worse than most folks seem to get. I don't plan to regulate it, at least not until the warranty expires.

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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    My 1000T Divingstar COSC is currently running +2. As I change pieces every week or so, I cannot even tell.
    Current rotation include:


    DOXA SUB600T Dirk Pitt #1021/3000
    DOXA SUB750T Caribbean #226/250
    DOXA SUB 1000T Divingstar COSC #3002/5000
    DOXA Aquaman
    Tag Heuer Formula One
    Citizen Hyper-Aqualand
    Seiko SKXA61 "Orange Knight"

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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    In line with the posts above, mine runs a bit fast as well, however I can't say anything as specific as how many seconds. I've just generally observed that it's "a bit fast" at the end of the day or next morning.

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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    I have been wearing my 1000T daily from 6AM till about 10PM every day (including weekends! ) and it consistently gains only about 4 seconds every 24 hours. This is when left to "rest" in the crown up position. Other positions resulted in a greater increase of the speed.

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    Re: Sub 1000t Accuracy

    Mine runs +2 to +4 secs/24 hs. It is a nicely accurate watch.

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