Just a quick one :(
The testing was going so well. The watch was keeping within a second or so a day (left crown up at night) and then it was New year's day...........and you can probably guess the next part. Dazy head in the morning and the only non deployant or bracelet watch I have and as I entered the kitchen I dropped it, it hit the tiles and now it is running about 2 mins fast a day (working off about 5 secs per hour.)
As it isn't 5 secs per minute I am assuming that the regulator has slipped on the impact rather than a Seiko-like hairspring problem. So it is now sat off my wrist waiting for it to wind down so I can have a good look at the hairspring before trying to re-regulate it :(
On the off chance someone might know on this movement, seeing as there are no +/- markings.......is + left and - right (meaning moving the lever right for the non existent pointer to move left etc.) or other way round.
Sods law. I bought a new dial and new ETA hands on New years eve (from the far east.) Was going so well. lol
And if I get it within a few seconds again it is going on a deployant :) Don't like traditional buckle straps.