Lorier gained time

Does it make sense that my lorier gained 3 mins in almost a month?

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I mean - that's 1 minute every 10 days = 6 seconds a day. Not bad at all for a 500 dollar watch. They can be regulated if you want more accuracy but I'd say that's pretty good.

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@88MilesPerHour Man you put in the work and math - Brilliant 🍻

@seanjonas I haven't worn a watch and let a watch run that long. 6 seconds a day doesn't sound bad. I don't think you need to sweat it brother 🤙🏽

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Over a month, that is good… although my watch with an NH35 is only 3 seconds off since the time change in the US four weeks ago (which is basically miraculous)👍👍

I have another watch that runs +22spd that is 3 minutes fast over ~8 days… when I wear it, I set it a minute slow and it’s a minute fast before the week is out 🤨.

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it's fine wear it in good health! 😎

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88MilesPerHour

I mean - that's 1 minute every 10 days = 6 seconds a day. Not bad at all for a 500 dollar watch. They can be regulated if you want more accuracy but I'd say that's pretty good.

Thx! Never had mechanical before so wanted to check if this is normal

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dustylowend

it's fine wear it in good health! 😎

Thx!☺️

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Fear not and stop banging it against that rock!

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By the way, I set my watches every time I put them on for both fun and accuracy.

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All good for the movement. Actually, pretty good

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Balanced

By the way, I set my watches every time I put them on for both fun and accuracy.

I'll adjust weekly if I'm only going with one auto for an extended time. Maybe not exactly the same, but keeps me in the ballpark so to speak.