New here, so bear with me while I learn the ropes. I recently picked up a Yema Superman GMT which I'm quite happy with. It's a 39mm case with a domed crystal and has a 24hr second time zone, and suffice it to say I was sold on it pretty quickly. One thing I have noticed is that Yema are equipping their watches with in house movements these days (in my case a Yema 3000). I've noticed that the accuracy on mine isn't great. I have regulated it on a flat surface to a pretty OK spec, but performance varies wildly when the watch is at an angle or the power reserve isn't close to full. Has anyone else got experience with these movements? Is this a one-off experience, or something to be expected?
Otherwise really enjoying this piece. It has stolen a lot of wrist-time as of late.