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    How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Just thought I'd see what people were reporting. Any in house movement will do, automatic or handwind. You may include Wempe watches with Nomos calibres as well.

    I did some very rudimentary testing on two of them 6 months ago and found that they were extremely accurate. +2 on the Club Automat and +1 on the Tangente 33. Both were dial up, so theoretically they could achieve even better real life results.

    So name your Nomos and state your accuracy observations. For all 6 people at WUS that own a Nomos lol.


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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Pretty sure it's a lot more than six people, haha.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    I have Orion 33, it is about +2s/d
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Pretty much accurate but I am not overly meticulous.
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Nomos Orion +4s/day
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Nomos Tangente, +2 seconds a day. I´ve had it for less than a week, and have been logging accuracy each morning just to get to know it. No difference if it spends the night dial up or dial down as far as I can tell. In comparison, my 4 year old Omega Speedmaster Professional varies from -6 seconds dial down to -4 seconds dial up and worn during day to -1 second on its side with crown up when not used for 24 hours.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Nomos Orion Weiß +3/day

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    I have had a Tangomat for a month. It runs +<1s/day.

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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Nomos Tangente new this summer
    dial up -7s/d
    dial down -2s/d
    crown down -7s/d
    crown up -5s/d
    Worn 24/7 (which is my normal practice) -3.6s/d All reading were taken over a 5 day period , watch fully wound each morning.

    I would like to know if my habit of wearing a watch 24/7 harms a mechanical watch which has the crown pulled say once a week
    for adjustment as opposed to a good Quartz which is adjusted once or twice a year. Do the stem seals on modern watches stop dust particles from getting into the case?
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    Re: How accurate is your in-house Nomos?

    Mine both run within +/-2s per day. Very accurate.
    Swiss: ​Omega Speedmaster Professional (3573.50), Rolex Air King (114200), Rolex Submariner ND (114060)
    Russian: Vostok Amphibian
    German: Nomos Club Automat, Nomos Tangente Datum
    Japanese: Grand Seiko (SBGR051), Seiko Presage Urushi (SARW013), Seiko Orange Monster




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