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    Re: Longines: About the accuracy - Share your rates!

    Quote Originally Posted by Oleksiis View Post
    Wind regularly? Why would I do that? I've never wound it at all. Bought the watch almost two months ago and wear it 24/7 since that time. Sometimes I get +-0 sec/day, sometimes +1 or +2 sec/day.

    By the way, what happens when your watch is not fully wounded? Does your watch gains or loses time?
    Mine seems to run fast, if it's not wound

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    Just thought I'd post this, even though the thread's a couple of months old. I was searching for info on the Longines L633, found this and had to post the details of mine because even though it's not the +/- 1s some people are getting, it still blows me away that it consistently averages under +3s/ day every time I track it.

    Considering there are 86,400s in a day; from a miniaturised clockwork mechanism, I think results like these are a feat of engineering bordering on a minor miracle. Part of why I appreciate autos and why anything around even +/-15s a day would be fine with me too.


    41mm Hydroconquest L3.642.4.56.6 about 1year old.

    Calibre L633.

    +2.3s/ day (avg. over 6 days)

    Conditions when worn: just everyday life. Nothing with too high a risk of damaging it.

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    Wear my Hydroconquest (L888 caliber) 24/7 (data from March 25th till April 25th):

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    Some cheap quartz watches has worse accuracy!

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    My LLD I just got yesterday is running +4 will be keeping track of it through watchcheck.
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    Longines Conquest GMT, caliber L704.2
    for 16 days +2 sec. because stay on face all night


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    Longines Hydroconquest L37424966. I keep it on a winder and have not worn it in a month or so (I know because the date is one day behind from not adjusting it in April. I'm +17 seconds from the last time I set it, which was at least 31 days ago... Damn thing stays on the time!

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    Re: Longines: About the accuracy - Share your rates!

    Quote Originally Posted by dleaphart View Post
    Longines Hydroconquest L37424966. I keep it on a winder and have not worn it in a month or so (I know because the date is one day behind from not adjusting it in April. I'm +17 seconds from the last time I set it, which was at least 31 days ago... Damn thing stays on the time!
    To be honest, I thought about upgrading to the new ceramic, but decided against it because mine is so accurate right now and am scared the new one wouldn't be. Its the most accurate watch I have ever owned!

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    Re: Longines: About the accuracy - Share your rates!

    I have the new Longines Ceramic HydroConquest and have been timing it since the beginning of May using WatchCheck. For the last 5 weeks, it lost around 24 sec., so the average is -0.7s. a day. It gains few seconds if left at night horizontally dial up or down, and loses if left vertically. Overall, I am very happy with the results.

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