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P3000 movement with second-hand

November 6 2017 at 11:27 PM
hw820  (Login hw820)
from IP address 14.0.154.75

Just curious for P3000 movement, will the second-hand stop when I pull out the crown to adjust the minute-hand. Thanks!

 
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Greg Namin
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non-hacking

November 7 2017, 1:24 AM 

The P3000 movement is non-hacking, but I've found that you can sometimes get the second hand to pseudo-hack by pulling the crown all the way out to adjust the time and turn the hands ever so slightly counterclockwise. If you apply very slight pressure in that direction you'll keep the second hand stationary. I don't know if this can damage the movement so I don't do it often.

 
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stockae92
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Seiko guys has been doing this for a long time

November 9 2017, 7:31 PM 

I don't think it will damage the movement.

Disclaimer: but I don't do that myself happy.gif

 
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Andrea Travaglini
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5.90.205.59

P3000 movement does not have the second hand

November 7 2017, 9:50 PM 

P3000 movement does not have the second hand, so it does not have the hacking.

P3000 movement with the second hand is P3001 (or P3002) movement, which is equipped with the seconds zero reset device.

This device stops the second hand and brings it to zero when you pull out the crown to adjust the minute hand.

 
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Reintitan
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PAMs 514, 532, 736 use P.3000 with seconds hand

November 9 2017, 7:48 AM 

It doesn't hack, but there sure is a seconds hand.

 
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Andrea Travaglini
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Re: PAMs 514, 532, 736 use P.3000 with seconds hand

November 9 2017, 9:58 PM 

You're right, I'm wrong. I'm sorry.

 
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