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Spinnaker Bradner


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Hi all, I have a Spinnaker Bradner, which loses time when worn on my left wrist, losing up to 5 minutes in 3 hours.

But if left in watch winder  or worn on right wrist it loses 5-20 seconds per day, which is acceptable for an automatic.

I can’t wear a watch on my right wrist (feels too unnatural to me) it’s already been serviced, as I thought that was the issue.

does anyone have any ideas on how to resolve, or should I just flip it or swop.

Spinnaker have been less than helpful-I wouldn’t buy another Spinnaker piece-based on their customer service. But it’s still a lively timepiece.

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Do a static test.

Initial test I would perform is:

Fully wound leave crown up position

Fully wound leave in crown down position

I suspect you could have an issue with the Balance.

A Timegrapher would be of great help funding the problem.

Finding not funding.:laugh:

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