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I've got my m50 a couple of days ago, and while I didn't wear it for the first day I did wind it. On the second day I set the time against my stratum 1 clock and wore it since. Its been two days now and its not lost or gained a second?
 

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Only two days? That's not too unusual at all.
I don't know what watches you own but not losing a second in two days of wear is amazingly accurate for an automatic movement, especially for a movement that isn't COSC certified.

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Are you worried that your watch may be too accurate?
It is rather obvious he was bragging on the watch's accuracy. I won't tolerate anyone taking unnecessary swipes at other members. Play by that rule, or take it somewhere else..
 

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I don't know what watches you own but not losing a second in two days of wear is amazingly accurate for an automatic movement, especially for a movement that isn't COSC certified.
True. But two days in a row is just a bit of good luck, even with a non-COSC timepiece.

Also, looks as though the OP's luck ran out.
 
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