Re: Accuracy 7s26
- From: Frank Adam <fajp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 13:10:25 +1100
On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 17:38:16 GMT, Adler <no@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Il Tue, 09 Feb 2010 23:06:05 +0100, d530 ha scritto:Ahhh haaah ! Well, i'd just buy the watch i like, take the back off,
Or .... check the movement type through display caseback :)
we are smart europeans, done yesterday but on Newcam website was not able
to read... :- )
service and regulate it to within 5 seconds(or better if i really put
some effort into it).
But then.. i'm just a dumb Antipodean.. ;-)
(And on the Seiko Monster you simply cannot read through iron)The 'B' has a much better balance setup offering far easier
regulation. I believe the material and size of the balance has been
changed too. Whether one is more accurate than the other though, i'm
not so sure about. It may just be that one requires more effort.
Let's not forget, even a BFG866 could be regulated within 10-15
seconds with little trouble. In trade school we had various calibers
running at rates that in the real world of service and repairs would
be downright silly to shoot for. None the less it could be done, just
took some doing.
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