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            My watch has been repaired and is no longer accurate. What's the reason?

            Under certain circumstances, a watch may not be as accurate after a repair as it was before.

            During repair, the rate of the watch movement is checked using a timing machine and by observing its behaviour over a certain period of time. This usually takes place at room temperature and with simulated sequences of movements. However, on the wearer's arm the conditions may be completely different, which would result in the rate being different than during the test after repair.

            The best thing to do is to look out for deviations and note down how fast or how slow your watch is each day. Your watchmaker will then regulate the watch according to the information you give him. Under certain circumstances, it may be necessary to repeat this step, but in the end your watch will be set perfectly to your personal lifestyle.

            Updated: 08 Jun 2017 04:45 PM
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