Greetings, one and all . . .
I have and kind of love the Seiko SSG007, which is the Prospex radio-controlled, solar-charged chronograph with pilot bezel and in Patriots jet livery. It works just fine (though I'd be happier with baton hands instead of the 60s-necktie ones that cover too much of the subsidiary dials, and it would be nice to assign a second timezone to the 24-hour subdial). Problem is, the minute hand is aligned 10-15 seconds slow. Strange as this may seem, it drives me crazy.
There is supposedly something in the movement that correctly aligns the hands at 12, twice a day. But no, it doesn't in this case. I got the watch used, and I think somebody has been inside it. Anyway, the minute hand needs to be two ticks of the mechanism faster than it is and has been since I got it in January. Is there some way of adjusting this without taking the watch apart?
Thanks in advance.