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How to: Regulate Automatic Watch

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how to regulate your automatic watch to improve it's time keeping accuracy. I have a Seiko SKX173 Auto and used simple tools i bought at a local hardware store and the free audio software Audacity. It's easy to do, just be careful! I'm not a watch maker so do this at your own risk.
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Peres Dixon (3 years ago)
Great video,I would never have thought of using audacity to check accuracy,thanks for the post.
Mafuzur Rahaman (1 month ago)
How much,
Rocky Oberoi (1 month ago)
Your video has been of great help. I had a couple of Omegas which no one was able to fix and I was able to fix it myself after seeing your video. Now I can wear them again. Many Many Thanks and great video.
Commander Spork (2 months ago)
Toolwatch app is good for this and it's on droid and apple
Walter Lituan (2 months ago)
How to buy watches on line
Mat cool (2 months ago)
thank you so so much
hypervigilance1 (2 months ago)
I have a casio atomic solar and just bought an skx009k2 and now im wondering wtf did i get myself into.
Tomáš Hubálek (3 months ago)
For checking how exact your watch is you can use this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.hubalek.android.apps.atomic_clock_watch_accuracy_tool It is free.
John Beasley (4 months ago)
2 seconds a day is outstanding. way to go
kezlpuff (5 months ago)
super helpful, got my dad's old watch running correctly again, thanks!
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
awesome!
lordkayx (6 months ago)
thanks a ton. helps alot
Mi Yo (6 months ago)
Don't touch it!!! It extremely sensitive . Leave it to the master.
cloudzrest (6 months ago)
Mi Yo if you follow my instructions you will be a watch master 😀
Jonathan (6 months ago)
Cant you just use a demagnetizer for this instead of going through this whole process?
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
i just learned about demagnetizing, i didn't know much about it. But the time keeping of the watch may not be related to magnetism, so it may not fix the problem. Demagnetizing the watch certainly couldn't hurt.
cloudzrest (6 months ago)
Jonathan how exactly would you do that
Horst Bronk (7 months ago)
Isnt waterproof !
cloudzrest (7 months ago)
Horst Bronk mine is waterproof for swimming which is the extent of most people's water activities with this watch . If your going to scuba then certainly pay to have it water tested or don't do it yourself to begin with
Ramarao nurukurthi (8 months ago)
Sarveespoint
AWAN DI KHAIR (8 months ago)
FUCK THIS VIDEI
nmfl100 (9 months ago)
Thanks! This was really helpful!
Andrew R (9 months ago)
Awesome video, can't wait to try this. Thanks a lot man
cloudzrest (8 months ago)
its also pretty easy to just adjust it agaisnt a quartz watch, use a stopwatch and check the difference every hour or so and make small adjustments.
TheOne AboveAll (9 months ago)
Even with that app you still have plus or minus 2 seconds a day?! 😨 can automatic watches be regulated accurately, adjusting the time every few weeks or every month seems and defeats the purpose of owning a watch.
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
even the best mechanical watches are 2 seconds a day (rolex / omega / breitlings). mechanical watches are 90% style and 10% practicality. its like owning a classic car: its for style and not for gas mileage. if you don't care about style then get a cheap Timex at Target, or just use your cell phone and don't use a watch at all. No one really needs watches nowadays.
cloudzrest (9 months ago)
TheOne AboveAll even the best and most expensive automatic watches will be about 1-2 seconds a day, this level of accuracy is considered very good for a purely mechanical instrument. As far as defeating the "purpose" of having a watch; owning a cell phone defeats this purpose. Almost no one "needs" a watch. Wearing a watch is more about style and image than anything else. Just like wearing a logo or images on clothing, it has no purpose except to convey style. Especially when you can buy non logo clothes for much cheaper.
Carmelina Rosinski (10 months ago)
ScreenVariety it's the best to watch all I need
Alan Vega (11 months ago)
Hope you are doing well. I just found your video and it was awesome. Thanks bro.
nair0bij0nes (11 months ago)
Good video mate, thanks for uploading.. Everyone (yourself included) would be well advised though, to use a dedicated piezoelectric microphone to record the mechanism (as there are no magnets in a crystal microphone).. Magnets are chronograph kryptonite and some/most dynamic microphones contain very powerful magnets ie neodymium & the like. Not to mention laptops & phones have speakers with even stronger magnets... Again though, thanks for the vid, was VERY helpful. You're a champ :)
Shane II (1 year ago)
Noticing a lot of comments on recording style and things about the case back, but one important thing to note is that not all watches tick at the same pace, so your 5 ticks per second from you seiko would for example be 7-10 ticks per second on a Rolex IE 28,000 BPH in a 2016 Submariner and 36,000 BPH in modern Daytona movements, but all around a good video either way!
Kevin Bayat (1 year ago)
Awesome thanks man!
Hai Vu (1 year ago)
Ty
Yosef B (1 year ago)
This helped me get my watch giving me the real time. Thanks for posting such clear tutorial.
Elvis Medina (1 year ago)
Thank you very much 👌🤙
Asteris (1 year ago)
Nah, thank you. I was thinking of buying an automatic but now I prefer quartz.
Jsanga4 (1 year ago)
is this a common thing for a auto watches? if so, why?
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
it is common for mechanical watches less than 1000USD. a mechanical watch must be a very finely tuned instrument to keep time precisely. In an age of computers and electronics I know this seems silly, but mechanical watches have their charm. It's a lot like getting an old 1960s Volkswagen Bug to run perfectly and create more power than it would from the factory.
TheOne AboveAll (9 months ago)
Jsanga4 that's what I want to know..
goldeneggduck (1 year ago)
Clever with Audacity!
tripsadelica (1 year ago)
Good video but I would recommend that anyone trying this with a mechanical watch first make some effort to demagnetise their watch. Acquired magnetism is the chief cause of time variations. You can buy a cheap AC-powered watch demagnetiser on Ebay for around ten bucks. Follow the directions (and their are how-to videos on Youtube) and demagnetise your watch BEFORE you make any adjustments.
## Rockzy## (1 year ago)
in my watch the spinning thing got stuck and does not move & the watch does not charge,plz help me out
tripsadelica (1 year ago)
The escapement spring on the wheel has become fouled or is broken. That's the hairspring on that spinning cog that you can see moving constantly when you wind your watch. If the watch is an expensive one you can get the spring wheel changed but if it is a Chinese cheapy then just cannibalise the band off the watch and chuck it away. The cost of the repair in most western countries would be more than the watch is worth...sorry to tell you.
killravyn (1 year ago)
what is the smartphone app? i have a iPhone
mrd7051 (1 year ago)
Kello
Jay Britton (1 year ago)
but how do you change the bleeding time!
BellaTorresBruh (1 year ago)
I have 2 automatic watches, one was 70 and the other was 200 (wow ikr). It continues to count time or continue with my arm movement, if it doesn't move after a while it will stop. Do you know how to make it continue forever or something? I hate having to redo the time every morning , it takes me forever, because when I grab it and try to adjust the time, the seconds still continues so if it's not accurate, it is hard to get it perfect.
Sigitas Sirius (1 year ago)
Nothing new, only basic knowledge.
Richard Sinclair (1 year ago)
you can get a stop watch function on google
Terbish Bolorchimeg (1 year ago)
You aint got anything better to do.
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
you got me figured out, this is the best thing I have going on!
Fredi Panci (1 year ago)
What is the name of the program, you use to record the tic-tac of the watch
cloudzrest (1 year ago)
Fredi Panci audacity
Glen Daly (1 year ago)
I wonder if anyone knows whether dropping my watch on the floor by accident can cause my watch to start gaining time? I have a Sekio 5 that was totally accurate and it seems after I dropped it, it started gaining about 1 minute per day.
cloudzrest (1 year ago)
Glen Daly I'd say that's certainly likely
17thefuzz (1 year ago)
How often do you have to adjust the time on your mechanical watch? I have Seiko Solar and I look for some mechanical alternative but I feel like daily adjustments would make me crazy..
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
it depends how accurate you need your watch to be. after regulating my SKX's I will reset them every couple weeks, since they are keeping about +/- 5 per day. a mechanical watch will never beat the accuracy of an electric quartz watch.
BoxyTheSpaceDog (1 year ago)
Few seconds really matter in a greater sphere of things,lol.Things people care about out of sheer boredom.
BoxyTheSpaceDog (1 year ago)
I never cared,I wear it,change battery or change for new one once capacitor starts not to hold energy after 5 years or so if watch is automatic.Now you got solar powered that go forever so buying new watch is actually just a bit of a change for me.Who wants to wear one watch whole life?Same goes for cars imo.
cloudzrest (1 year ago)
BoxyTheSpaceDog 20 seconds off day after day and eventually your watch will become unreliable and get you in trouble if you are used to relying on it and not your phone.
Altex lan (1 year ago)
Seiko Automatic is not up to par. so I avoid it. I rather prefer quartz. Solar quartz is the best for me.
BoxyTheSpaceDog (1 year ago)
bull shit,I had one with capacitor and never nothing wrong with it
Altex lan (1 year ago)
as whole dont teach me fool
baguazhang2 (1 year ago)
It's all personal preference. A mechanical watch is a work of art, while a quartz watch is an appliance. However, high accuracy quartz takes more effort to produce and can be considered somewhere in between
SmokeRingsPipeDreams (1 year ago)
Great info, thank you!
Emre Demir (1 year ago)
And I have jewel 21 and firstly it was slow 4 min/month and I had demount it (for curiosity) and it had been 30 min/day and I had gave to Seiko repairman and he was adjusted with adjust machine and said ok. and it had been slowed 10 min/ 2-3 days. I work now again now thanks... And Audacity is good idea I will use to it next time like you...
antonio marinelli (1 year ago)
emre
Wise Man (1 year ago)
thank you so much brother
‍1marcelfilms (1 year ago)
from -2 minutes off to just -20s
zerocool1ist (1 year ago)
Very informative i have read many comments were people have said there watch moves to slow or fast! I had no clue there was a regulaor in the back to slow it down or speed it up found an opener its called Tweezers lol.
Truth Revealed (1 year ago)
just doing too much
GreeniarisGP (2 years ago)
I noticed in the video and in my watch that there are to levers there.. The one with the two dots, which we move up or doen and a slightly bigger one with one dot. What's the purpose of that because i think i moved it accidentally. Thankssss
Martin Pope (2 years ago)
My £12 Winner automatic watch was running 5 minutes an hour fast, so gaining 30 minutes in a morning (Yeah I know , get what you pay for ) BUT after following your instructions and using Audacity it's running super bang on. Thanks :o) Little tip, I used a headphone set from a phone with a built in mic and popped it and the watch in my glasses case to block out background noise if anyone has trouble getting a reading from an inbuilt laptop mic.
Horst Bronk (7 months ago)
Not to 32 meters ...i do have Seiko,Vostock and Arbutus....Vostock Blue Automatic perfekt ...Arbutus the them....
cloudzrest (9 months ago)
Martin Pope awesome !!
Sameer Malik (2 years ago)
my watch always runs faster and whenever I see the time it is 5 or 10 min ahead from the current time plz tell what the problem with my watch
Frederique kruger (1 year ago)
Sameer Malik same here with my rolex submariner
Maxengines Tech (1 year ago)
Get it fixed...
Mohamed Ismail (2 years ago)
Thanks, nice vdo u made there. However my Seiko 5 is now my museum piece, My I tap your expertise if its possible to get an "adapter" so I can use the strap on a watch that came with a leather strap that takes a spring bar 20mm width between the "horns". I cannot trust the shop that gv me a straight 'NO' answer.
Patrol Malik (2 years ago)
Hi, can you give the app.website I can use it. And my watch seiko is slower 5 minutes can I regulate that. Thanks
unacarafea (2 years ago)
You can also very simply check the accuracy of your watch by comparing it to any atomic watch or clock that sets itself once a day to one of the U.S. atomic towers. Atomic watches can be found at very reasonable prices and it's always nice to have that accuracy among your collection of watches.
Admiral54 Barns (2 years ago)
Got my dick stuck in the mainspring.. Please advise, with further instructions..
Good one. You forgot the wording. "Directions unclear: got dick stuck in the..."
John Smith (2 years ago)
If you look carefully there is a small extending pointer on the regulating ring,its possible to mark where it is with fine tip pen using a lope (eyeglass)so you can see exactly how much its moved on adjustment.I also use silicon grease on the o ring to ensure its water tight.....dont use Vaseline etc, as it will rot the rubber.
ILIAS MY SON (2 years ago)
Very nice video
alfredo melendez (2 years ago)
hello Nice vid. my watch is going forward 6 minutes per hour. Would like to know how much do I have to move the bar. thanks
6 *minutes* per hour? Time to get a new watch there buddy.
Tyler Calhoun (2 years ago)
Lol, I'm over here with my watch running +21.7s per minute, might be magnetized. Thanks for the information.
Pavao T (2 years ago)
if it wasnt recently cleaned start with that. than try demagnetising it and if nothing else works take it to a watchmaker to have it checked in detail, bcause something might be damaged
Mark Sina-on (2 years ago)
I just bought a seiko 5 automatic watch and after 3 weeks of wearing it, its second hand has a small seconds difference compared to digital time settings from my ipad and laptop. I did adjustments on time without regulating it and after a week the problem is still the same. I read one article that before attempting to open the back of the watch and regulate it, you should try to wear the watch at least 8 hours per day. At night remove the watch from your hand and lay it vertically with the rotating crown facing upwards. I did it for about a week and thank God it worked! The accuracy is the same as the digital watch. But you have to maintain some digital time sources to monitor its accuracy. By just doing the things I mentioned, accuracy is the same as that of digital or even quartz watches. You don't have to wear the watch 24/7 to keep it running. Just wear it at least 8 hours a day and lay it vertically with rotating crown facing upwards when not in use.
Does your Seiko have hand-winding? From what you describe, it sounds like the watch doesn't stay accurate all the way through the power cycle and needs to be kept 'topped up'. Is that what's going on?
George Argyris (2 years ago)
from my experience using many seiko 5s of my collection, before you adjust an entry level automatic watch you should ware it every day for long time lets say 6 months or more.Then if it is necessary you may adjust it in a watchmakers.
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
Nice video. Tahnks. By the way I use timeanddate.com to get a better time reference. I wear a orient mako. Since 3 years ago it neve moved one second per day. rather 10 seconds every 2 weeks. Unbelievable for a cheap watch.
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
+George Argyris Nice to have met a guy from Athens. Although Swiss I now live since many years in Benidorm, Spain. May I ask you the link to buy a cheap Chinese Rolex. I'd be very glad to wear one.
George Argyris (2 years ago)
+Francois Hodler ..i.live in Athens Greece some of them are genius the TISSOT offers good service.Now i ware a Q&Q automatic that keeps very good time better than my TISSOT ones!My Chisese made poor rolex....Nice to meet you.Have nice time with your watces.G.a
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
+George Argyris I lived many years in a small town east of lake Geneva and had an awful watchmaker shop. So I do not think it is about the country where you live but on the goodwill or not of people
George Argyris (2 years ago)
+Francois Hodler ..i made a typing mistake sorry.One of my Orients after wearing it for1 year, started to lose some sec per day but i do not trust the watch makers in the country i live.So i wont adjust it.Have a good time,G.a
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
+George Argyris Never heard of Orientsmare ! I do not see them on sale at seriouswatches.com
Johannes Kathol (2 years ago)
Good tutorial. Thank you very much!! Greetings from Berlin, Germany!
hukes (2 years ago)
I could manage to regulate my Orange Monster to +1 sec a day!!! I still can't believe it. It took me like 4 days of moving the lever up and down.
Tristan Pott (2 years ago)
thanks for the tips in this video! I can't wait to give it a try myself :-)
Gazza-usa (2 years ago)
There is another way of dong this. If you have a Camera strobe such as the Canon Speedlight 550EX you can set it to strobe at 5Hz or any multiple of 5. This will allow you to see if the flywheel is stationary (if so you're dialed in). The speedlights use a crystal for the CPU so they are pretty darn accurate. Use a different strobe frequency for different watches. However I would not trust the waterproof-ness of the watch after taking the back off.
Maxengines Tech (4 months ago)
like tuning an engine, however i dont have that strobe and i dont want to buy it just for tunne a fukin wacth
Scott 1 (6 months ago)
Provided the strobe is exactly 5seconds accurate had to get a strobe that doez not change time really
Steven Wymor (8 months ago)
Depends on the watch. The Seiko SKX173 actually runs at 21,600 beats per hour or 6 ticks per second or 6 Hz.
Haeral (1 year ago)
That's extremely smart, great suggestion.
That's a great tip. As to the waterproofness, there's no need to worry if you lightly coat the o-ring with a little silicone grease and tighten the back with a good tool.
Una Carafea (2 years ago)
Forget about Audacity..... Totally ridiculous and looooong way of doing this. Just get yourself a cheap atomic watch or clock and compare your watch to the atomic time.
td nguyen (2 years ago)
+Una Carafea yea, go ahead and clock yourself for hours until you get it to sync exactly. after a few adjustments using audacity method, i got within -0.00115 sec/min -> that's losing about 1.7 sec/ 24 hrs. yea, totally ridiculous way of doing this.
TheRoshan89 (2 years ago)
how do you "crop the audio file" ???
Jiayi Gu (2 years ago)
Wouldn't do this to my Rolex... :)
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
i wouldnt do this to my imaginary rolex either :)
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
+Francois Hodler https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COSC
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
+Francois Hodler For your info of why Rolex, Omega and so on have an officially certified chronometer mention. http://www.watchpaper.com/2013/09/27/accuracy/
Francois Hodler (2 years ago)
+Jiayi Gu well I had Rolex Oyster, then had to separate. It was rather good but not better in accuracy than my orient mako. As to the service, it was reaaly really bad. Shame on you Rolex !
Rare Monster (2 years ago)
Using audacity? Not in a million years would I have thought about it! Thanks!!!
Sean 300 (2 years ago)
How often do you regulate the watch?
Awesome Nuclr (2 years ago)
i accidentally hit that little spring and now the wheel wont oscillate any help??
Thomas Krebs (2 years ago)
It works, but only with audacity. Without it would be impossible to check it immediately. I put a little bit pressure (no movement at all) on the lever to slow my watch down (30sec ahead/24h) and checked it with audacity. First it was a little too slow and now it's still 0,013 seconds per minute ahead but that's better than before. This means in 24h the watch is still 19sec too fast but that's ok for me, because it's almost impossible to feel if the lever to regulate has moved or not and I do not want to damage the watch. (because of too much tinkering)
That's a great tip. I learned a similar trick working on cars. Even when you think you aren't moving a frozen part by whacking on it, each time you hit it, it is moving microns. Different scenario, but similar thinking.
td nguyen (2 years ago)
+Thomas Krebs yes, you can. i got within -0.00115 sec/min, which means losing about 2 secs in 24h. the regulator is extremely sensitive, but it's possible to micro adjust in millisecs by not nudging on the lever, but lightly tapping with the micro screwdriver, then check with audacity.
Johan Chandy (2 years ago)
+Thomas Krebs 10 sec sounds great! My watches are off by around 30 secs, I'll probably try to regulate them
Thomas Krebs (2 years ago)
+Thomas Krebs Update: After 24h the watch is now 10sec ahead. (30sec.before)
kedocom (2 years ago)
thanks for the tips .... but lol, I can't get my external mic to pick up the ticking sound in audacity ..... guess I'll use my laptop and record what it records :)
Johan Chandy (2 years ago)
+kedocom Same here :(
Santanu DasGupta (2 years ago)
thanks. the best way to measure accuracy is to set it to standard time as on internet and check next day. I just set it to IST and check after 2 days. How old is the watch? It looks beaten up. I am planning to buy a sumo, hope it doesn't get beat up that much.
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
the watch is beat up, i got it used from a friend who gave it to me, i don't know how old it is i'm guessing 10-20 years.
ruizhernandeztrust (2 years ago)
My P.O.S. "C.O.S.C CERTIFIED" mido watch lose +/- 15 minutes per month since brand new. I've contacted customer service and the place where I've purchased this junk watch and they told me that's "normal" which of course I don't believe it. I KNOW this type of watches gain or lose time to some degree but 15 minutes per month is ridiculous. I wear my P.O.S. mido 24/7 and I'm a normal person (not a sedentary one, and no athletic one either) I'm so furious for spent a substantial amount of money on a machinery that obviously isn't working properly, Stupid me for believe in mido, I bet I was better served with a $10.00 digital casio watch, damn me. :-( Mine is: mido chronometer automatic I wouldn't recommend this Swiss junk.
Zorba the Greek (2 years ago)
The watch tool I ordered from an Amazon seller was just six bucks shipped, worked flawlessly.
Zorba the Greek (2 years ago)
Thanks so much for posting this! Tried it out tonight, will check back in a few days for accuracy. The insides of my Seiko SKX173 look a little different from yours: both of my regulating bars have only one dot on them. Audacity's current version also looks a little different from the one in the video. Will keep my fingers crossed...
Lofty (3 years ago)
You should have mentioned at around 4:15 that if you have a higher end 8 beats per second movement it should be 8 beats per second, not 6 (*duh*).
Coney01 (3 years ago)
I just solved the microphone problem. Audacity had turned it off and I found I could go to my iMac's Sound and get the microphone working again, but iMac users should be warned of the problem.
Coney01 (3 years ago)
I downloaded Audacity, but couldn't get it to record my watch and the PROBLEM is that my microphone on SKYPE stopped working. The SKYPE call test confirmed that my mike had stopped working. I've deleted Audacity but my mike still doesn't work on Skype. I see on the internet that other people have had the same problem of their mike not working on Skype after downloading Audacity. HOW DO I CORRECT THE PROBLEM??
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
you don't need audacity, just make very small adjustments and compare the time with a timer on your cell phone.
irfan ali (1 year ago)
Coney01 hahahahhahahahaha great work bro😂
dub yah (3 years ago)
Use WWV at 5 10 15 20 MHZ. Atomic clock in Ft. Collins Co.
V Cccc (3 years ago)
dumb video, don't do this. unless you have a fake watch that's mechanical and runs badly, that may be the only time I'd see going into an automatic, mechanical watch with a TOOTHPICK as sensible.
dominic barnes (3 years ago)
good video thanks.
B. Ramsden (3 years ago)
Excellent tutorial. I prefer using a digital watch to check the accuracy.
Oh! How about WATER RESIST?? Still perfect for Scuba Diving after using $10 American Dollars to play around with ( YOUR WATCH)? Let me know OK, I will let Seiko Engineer to check this out and they may learn something from you ???
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
most people don't scuba dive with these watches. scuba divers use dive electronic dive computers!
hahaha...Watch repair man will lose his job when they see your ways how to "adjust" +/- 2 seconds..Common Man...Are you super smart or what?? Please do not try to steal the jobs of the watches professional repair...Thanks!
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
do you pay for someone to deliver your milk? people used to. not anymore. who stole the milkmans job? thanks!
Sandwich (3 years ago)
Why would you mention the app without saying the name of the app? ... It's called "Watch Accuracy" for anyone who's curious. There's a few others, but that's the best one I could find.
gwilski101 (11 months ago)
Sandwich thanks! I did wonder what the app was called? I’m still assuming it’s called Toolwatch?
Leon Kempff (1 year ago)
Sandwich THANK YOU!
cloudzrest (1 year ago)
Sandwich just got an app for android called wildspectra for regulating that works great
Halla Dushi (1 year ago)
Sandwich
Sandwich (1 year ago)
Santiago Fernanda it's like opening a bottle of beer and the bottle is empty.
ikhwan137 (3 years ago)
my watch speed 3 sec per minute
deepa sawant (3 years ago)
Really a very nice and Informative video...Very Helpful indeed...Thanks a lott sir..
V8 Powerr (3 years ago)
Never do that, I just did it and it didn't help at all only screwed it up because it stopped working, so I had to go to the watch repair shop and the guy there said that it should be left alone just like they fixed it at the factory.
cloudzrest (7 months ago)
V8 Powerr haha well this process worked great for me and tons of other people who regulated watches themselves, if I couldnt regulate the watch I wouldn't have kept it because it ran so poorly from the factory
V Cccc (3 years ago)
+V8 Powerr yea precisely, only a retard would go fiddling in a mechanical watch with a toothpick. dumb video.
KRN762 (3 years ago)
My Seiko skx171 loses about 4 minutes a week.
studisme (3 years ago)
That's really good. Thankyou. Very well explained. On a ETA 2836 watch movement, which beats at 28,800 beats per hour, that would be 8 ticks per second (instead of the six) on the Audacity Software wouldn't it.. Thanks again. Great stuff!
Man hong Yim (3 years ago)
would that work with seiko 5 sport?thanks
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
maybe. a seiko 5 is a cheap watch so just open it up and give it a try, be careful and make small corrections. worst case you're out 100$
Bryce H (3 years ago)
Should do.
Mr KALU (3 years ago)
Hi very nice video thank you much.. But tried to find that software to check accuracy. Could you please help me how can i find .. Thank you
David Storrs (3 years ago)
Awesome video.  I may give this a whirl for my Seiko SKX007.
Milan Kovacevic (3 years ago)
Great video. Thanks, man.
Chris Rankine (3 years ago)
Your video gave me the confidence to open up my watch to reduce the ~16sec/day gain it has.
Rogue Five (3 years ago)
This is a great video but Can you make a video on how to reseal to make it waterproof again for scuba divers
cloudzrest (5 months ago)
i'm not a watch maker or repair guy so i don't know. it should be waterproof enough to swim with . if you are going diving i would have it tested by a watch shop .
+Rogue Five ..Easy.! with another $10 dollars, you can SUPER GLUE to seal the back of your waterproof for Scuba Divers ( SKX007) Maybe work? kkk

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