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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    +2 is pretty good. For the rest: wait and see.
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Mine NOMOS Club 701, -7 sec on the first two days that I had received. Thereafter, it is around -4 sec daily (the watch is 1.5 month old, and I hope it can be within -2 sec daily).

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Orion about 1 month old. so far +1 sec and a bit a day (+21 seconds over 20 days).

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    My Club Dunkel has been with me since December and it's been running +2 on/off my wrist.. well within COSC specs.
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    My Club Dunkel is running less than a second fast per day over the last six days. Can't ask for more than that!

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    My Tangente Datum is a bit odd I think. When I first got it it was +8 in 24 hours the second day. After that it has been reset and seems to gain about +2-3 seconds while wearing it and then another +3-10 seconds overnight. It seems to have calmed down a bit recently, I reset it on 1/28 in the afternoon and it gained +5 the next morning. On 1/29 at 4:45pm(24 hours after reset) it had gained an additional +2 for a total of +7 in 24 hours. After that wackiness following the reset it has gained +3 a day from 4:45pm 1/29 through this morning. So it seems like once it gets going it is gaining a consistent +3 a day, which I can live with now that I've figured it out and maybe broken it in some.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Yesterday marked the 2 month anniversary of having my Nomos Tangente Gangreserve. I just checked it now and after wearing it every day for those 2months, it's gained 24 seconds.
    Colour me impressed.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    +1 s on the 24 hours for the first week of ownership (*). Very pleased with this watch, hope to be wearing it for years to come.

    (* pretty much what I hoped for as I am coming from a Tissot Le Locle that did just -1s per day. Now I do know I was extremely lucky
    with that one, but still, it would have slightly annoyed me if a watch costing more than 5x was significantly less accurate than my 300
    something euro Tissot :) )

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Quote Originally Posted by terrylee731 View Post
    Mine NOMOS Club 701, -7 sec on the first two days that I had received. Thereafter, it is around -4 sec daily (the watch is 1.5 month old, and I hope it can be within -2 sec daily).
    Recently, I have checked the 701 again, it is now -12 sec in 7 days (so, I think it is stabilized............cool!!!).

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    I reset my Tangente on 2/1 and have been letting it run and I have checked it each day. Through this morning it has averaged +2.5 seconds a day which I'm pretty happy with.

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