Continuing Bremont Endurance S500 phenomenal accuracy
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    Continuing Bremont Endurance S500 phenomenal accuracy

    Hi guys, I had an earlier post about this but I really have to call it out again.

    Have had an ongoing thread about the accuracy of my Bremont Endurance ti S500 watch on the Bremont forum. I know there are a lot of naysayers about Bremont but man, this thing is out of control!!. It is currently running about -0.025 to -0.05 seconds per day and has been for the last three months of constant wear - including surfing, running, bike riding etc. I actually dropped it on it's side on concrete last month from standing as I was fooling around with the band, hasn't affected the accuracy at all. It's freakish.

    It looses about 1.5 to 2 seconds PER MONTH! My quartz Seiko 1000m Tuna looses about 15 sec per month.

    Say what you will about the pho-military links and the lack of history of the brand, the watches that they make are outstanding! Never have I had an auto this accurate. If it keeps going it is on track to loose between 15 and 24 seconds A YEAR!!! That is HAQ territory. Ridiculous. We'll see how it goes but it is on track so far.



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    I know, I know, if it doesn't exist in photos, it doesn't exist.

    On my wrist at work right now. Photo flipped by my stupid phone. Have the GMT set to Hawaii time.
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    Last edited by johnnmiller1; February 18th, 2020 at 01:19.
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    Here you go, a screenshot of my WatchCheck accuracy from yesterday. From 6 Jan to yesterday, total of 2.1 sec variance. Yowza.
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