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  1. kingsrider

    kingsrider Thank you Sir! May I have another? Oct 12, 2019

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    I am having trouble finding Omega's acceptable timing tolerances for the Cal 1045. Can someone point me in the right direction please.
     
  2. kingsrider

    kingsrider Thank you Sir! May I have another? Oct 12, 2019

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    @Archer can you help with this info?.
     
  3. Archer

    Archer Omega Qualified Watchmaker Oct 13, 2019

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    Number of testing positions - 3

    Average daily rate from -1 to +16 seconds per day. Target rate is +8.

    Delta at full wind is allowed to be as much as 25 seconds, and at 24 hours after full wind it can be 35 seconds.

    In other words, not all that good by modern standards...
     
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  4. kingsrider

    kingsrider Thank you Sir! May I have another? Oct 13, 2019

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    Thanks Al. The watch was running fast +17 sec per 24 hrs in the first couple of days (at various random positions). Over the last 36+ hours on the wrist it is running fast +10 sec. The watch appears to have settled into a fairly accurate trend and conforms to the target rate you describe.
    I have another Speedmaster 4.5 and it is probably the most accurate watch I have (+-2 sec per 24hrs)
    Thanks again Al for looking into this for me.
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