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    Quote Originally Posted by john64 View Post
    Thank you so much, that helps me a lot in my understanding and really the way to look at this.

    I took a look at the COSC certificate for the AIRCO and looking at the individual positions listed, the Crown UP (3H) position performed the best by quite a margin (during the testing), so I think i will do a little more experimentation and see what else I observe. As another poster identified, there is also user error, the actual process of pressing the timing button on the phone app.


    Thank you for your answers to the specific questions I had, that’s very kind of you to take the time to do that, and I appreciate it.

    There is no obvious reason to contact BREMONT at this time, and so I will just continue to observe, and wear the watch whenever I can.

    Thanks again.

    John.
    I think that is a wise decision John.

    I did reply on another forum so I couldn't see the point in repeating the answer here when you have been given some excellent advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    I think that is a wise decision John.

    I did reply on another forum so I couldn't see the point in repeating the answer here when you have been given some excellent advice.

    Thank you Bounce.

    I did see your reply elsewhere and I thank you for that.

    It was a funny one really, as my post may have come across that I was unhappy with my Bremont, and that certainly isnít the case. I just like to check accuracy whenever I change watches as its often quite a while between wearing specific watches.

    I do often wonder whether I should have, in fact, just gone for a one watch collection (if thatís a collection, but I am sure you know what I mean) and just have worn that watch all the time, rather than multiple watches and rotating them. But then miss out of some lovely watches. I think this has been subject to posts here or elsewhere and I may have a look for that or may kick off a new post.

    Thanks for you replies though, I am very grateful.

    Cheers,

    John.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john64 View Post
    Thank you Bounce.

    I did see your reply elsewhere and I thank you for that.

    It was a funny one really, as my post may have come across that I was unhappy with my Bremont, and that certainly isn’t the case. I just like to check accuracy whenever I change watches as its often quite a while between wearing specific watches.

    I do often wonder whether I should have, in fact, just gone for a one watch collection (if that’s a collection, but I am sure you know what I mean) and just have worn that watch all the time, rather than multiple watches and rotating them. But then miss out of some lovely watches. I think this has been subject to posts here or elsewhere and I may have a look for that or may kick off a new post.

    Thanks for you replies though, I am very grateful.

    Cheers,

    John.
    I did try that a number of years ago John with a Seamaster Pro Auto, but I realised I missed the joy of rotation & started adding to the collection again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    I did try that a number of years ago John with a Seamaster Pro Auto, but I realised I missed the joy of rotation & started adding to the collection again.
    Iíve mulled that exact question a lot - I have one or two watches in my collection what could be candidatesÖ


    Öthen again, just saying that means I canít decide on oneÖ! Itís a terrible affliction, this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post
    I’ve mulled that exact question a lot - I have one or two watches in my collection what could be candidates…


    …then again, just saying that means I can’t decide on one…! It’s a terrible affliction, this!
    And an expensive one!!!!!

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