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Seiko Divers Power Reserve


Rex
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Dear All

I have had a Seiko Divers 200m, SKX173 US Model, for 18 months. I cannot fault the watch but for one thing...

When I leave it for a day it stops! I don't have the same problem with any of my other autos, Omega, Tissot etc

I don't believe it to be a fault, but rather, a 'feature'...do I need to give it a good charge first, I always wind the others. Cannot be done on the 7S26 mvmt.

Any advise or guidance much appreciated.

Best Regards, Rex

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When you say you leave it for a day is that after a night of not wearing. Not that it should make any difference. In normal day to day use a 7s26 should hold a charge resting at night and well into the next day although I have never actually tested the maximum power reserve. I will get one of my 5's out, (same movement) and put this to the test. Get back to you.

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Try wearing it for the whole day. Then put it to rest overnight and see when it stops the following day.

I would have thought it should be ok till at least tea time.

Garry I have this huge Girrarducci/ Unitas manual wind that seems to go on for days from fully wound.

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