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Tolerable time movement for PAM 312

August 17 2012 at 11:15 PM
  (Login mrfariq)
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Hi,

Just want to get ur views on PAM 312 time movements. I hv been tracking on the accuracy of the time movements. I notice after 3 days, the time was slower by 5 second. Before that, after 2 days, it was about 2-3 second. Is it tolerable for P9000 mechanism? 3 weeks ago,the watch was faster by 20-30 second after 2 weeeks but now is other way round, it's slower.

Anyone experiencing the same scenario, please share with me.

Thanks

 
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(Login Joseph56)
76.169.186.89

312 accuracy

August 17 2012, 11:28 PM 

My 312 started off 20-30 seconds fast per day. Ias I wore it more regularly it became more accurate. Now it is less than 5 seconds fast per day. I think this is reasonable for a mechanical movement. I also noticed if I give it just about 20 winds if it has been dormat and put it on I am all good. If I wind it much more than that it seems to run faster.

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(Login mrfariq)
14.192.208.190

Winding the watch

August 18 2012, 2:48 AM 

Thanks Joe Co. By the way, may I know how do you wind 312. any video that I can see for guidance. Normally I just change the time and date..after that I just put it on my wrist. I'm not really sure how to wind the watch.

Please advise.

 
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(Login Shalomp)
220.255.2.25

Re: Winding the watch

August 18 2012, 4:00 AM 

pull the crown guard down, and without pulling out the crown, turn it for about 50 times. that should set it for a full wind.

 
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(Login mrfariq)
14.192.208.190

Winding the watch

August 18 2012, 8:16 AM 

Should i wind it clock wise or anti-clock wise.

 
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(Login Joseph56)
166.147.123.27

Clock wise

August 18 2012, 4:01 PM 



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