I'm sure this is the kind of thread that gets done occasionally, but with new potential customers coming here every week if not every day it should never be off the front page too long.
I have two Stowa watches, an Icarus and one of the recent handwinding Fliegers, the accuracy of both have astounded me.
The Icarus I brought with me to a foreign football match a few months ago, we would have been on the go for about two days, I never took it off, so it was on my wrist the whole time, and when I got back I checked it against the same radio controlled watch that I set it to before I left, it was running at plus two seconds after two days on the wrist (ie no self regulation)
The handwinding Flieger I have worn for the last two days, I put it on Sunday late morning/early afternoon, took it off this morning, so close to three days, and it was running at nearly 2 seconds fast. This had also been worn on my wrist for the entire time
I know I may have just been lucky, do Stowa do any regulation of the movements? (Icarus is not COSC by the way)
What have other peoples experiences been like?