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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Checked mine again this morning and over 17 days now my Club has lost less than 1 second--not per day, but less than 1 second total. Crazy.
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Sports Datum, only had it a week (my first mechanical watch), it's been very consistent day to day, & it's less than a second fast for the entire week. Probably closer to half a second.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightwater View Post
    Sports Datum, only had it a week (my first mechanical watch), it's been very consistent day to day, & it's less than a second fast for the entire week. Probably closer to half a second.
    That's perfect ! Congrats.
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    Just bought a Metro Gangreserve Datum via Nomos online store. Been tracking around -19 spd so far according to Toolwatch (3 weeks old).

    Wrote to Nomos and they’re suggesting I send it back for regulation (pretty disappointing on a $5000 watch).

    Anyone else had similar experiences?

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    My Orion keeps poor time tbh. I'm not sure how fast but I know after a work week it's about 5 minutes fast. Needs someone to properly regulate it. Someone at Wempe did it before but after that I didn't bother again as there wasn't much difference. Still love it though.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Quote Originally Posted by faiz View Post
    My Orion keeps poor time tbh. I'm not sure how fast but I know after a work week it's about 5 minutes fast. Needs someone to properly regulate it. Someone at Wempe did it before but after that I didn't bother again as there wasn't much difference. Still love it though.

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    Did Wempe try and demagnetize?

    My Ahoi neomatik was running a bit fast - around 8s to 10s per day. Okay, not as fast as yours, and I wans't going to do anything about it until a friend suggested he could check and see if demagnetizing it would make a difference. It did. It settled down to around +4s/day, and ever since I started leaving it crown down at night, it has been running +1s to 2s per day. There was even a fortnight when it ran almost spot on....

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Quote Originally Posted by pdsf View Post
    Did Wempe try and demagnetize?

    My Ahoi neomatik was running a bit fast - around 8s to 10s per day. Okay, not as fast as yours, and I wans't going to do anything about it until a friend suggested he could check and see if demagnetizing it would make a difference. It did. It settled down to around +4s/day, and ever since I started leaving it crown down at night, it has been running +1s to 2s per day. There was even a fortnight when it ran almost spot on....
    I think it is magnetised to be honest. Probably needs a full service soon.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    My Ahoi Signalblau loses a couple of minutes a day. Needs to go back for regulation. Disappointing.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    I just demagnetised my Tangente with a cheap demagnetiser off ebay. Went from 30-60s fast per day to 1.4-1.9s fast.

    Pretty happy with that!

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    heads up. these watches get magnetized very easily. especially with the sapphire open back. mine got magnetized almost every day. Cheap demag off e bay works pretty good.
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