i have a (new to me) 2017 Ikarus Flieger with the "basic" ETA 2824-2 calibur.
since i got it a few weeks ago it's been running really well. now, i live
in Austin, Tx where the temperature hit 100 degrees (F) yesterday with
over 70% humidity.
i noticed after some basic wear-around-town use my watch was running
pretty fast...like up to 40+ seconds fast.
1. i rinsed it off but dried it quickly with cold water
2. i have been twisting the crown a lot 'cause it's so fun however i don't know if that is
causing an issue or not. the crown freely turns and seems to be "ok".
3. there were several air conditioning - to - outdoor hot as hell quick changes throughout the afternoon.
i have had it off the wrist and winder since yesterday afternoon and it does seem to be
all this in mind, is it fair to say i should avoid wearing this watch if i'm going to
expose it to extreme temperature/humidity changes? do watches have a maximum
by comparison, my Hamilton Khaki with a similar movement is dead solid and i wear
it to do yard work in this heat.
thanks all, i really appreciate the education and input,