So I purchased the following Automatic mechanical watch while i was on vacation in Canada about a month ago.
TOWNSMAN AUTOMATIC BROWN LEATHER WATCH
Movement Type: Mechanical Automatic
Case Size: 44mm
Strap Material: Leather
Water Resistant: 5 ATM
I don't know whether i wasn't paying enough attention or maybe I was but it seemed like the watch stayed exactly on time and I didn't even notice the deviations , however , Right now it seems like my watch is acting crazy..
If i set it to rest it seems like it runs pretty okay and theres not much of a deviation , although it always runs a little faster than the usual time , as for a few dozens of seconds faster for a night (practically 8 hours off my wrist).
Thing is.. When I do wear it , it tends to go crazy sometimes I don't even know why.. I can wear it sometimes for just a few hours like 4 or so and it'd deviate in around 3-5 minutes which is pretty bad.. I have no idea what could the problem be.. And It has just now visited warranty check , they said there was a professional 20 years of experience watch maker and he had monitored it for 24 hours and it worked completely fine...
Is it something that has to do with the way I wear it? maybe cause it's inside of my wrist except outside? I 'm really clueless right now and I wish I had someone to help me out and see why this watch behaves this way...
Also is there a chance that the watch is just like that? I mean it cant be that the watch is designed to have such a huge deviation in such little time cause that's just absurd.. who'd sell such a thing..