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 L3.622.214.171.124 about 1year old.
+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):
Some cheap quartz watches has worse accuracy!
My LLD I just got yesterday is running +4 will be keeping track of it through watchcheck.
Longines Conquest GMT, caliber L704.2
for 16 days +2 sec. because stay on face all night
1944 Longines 18k Sr# ***097
Ref. 5673 Cal. 37 M
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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!
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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