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I am new to the Forum. Trying to get a sense of what it should be excepted regarding accuracy. My new Longines Flagship automatic watch moves 4-5 seconds faster within a 24-hour period. Is it normal? Is a Longines Flagship watch more or less accurate comparing with a Rolex or TAG automatic watch?
 

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That's normal for a mechanical watch if it's brand new, that's actually pretty good - they appear to settle down a bit after breaking in.
 

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....Is a Longines Flagship watch more or less accurate comparing with a Rolex or TAG automatic watch?
Hi! As to your second question: They should all be about the same. I think the biggest difference in the 3 you mentioned is the publicity and advertising hype one gets over another.There is nothing magical about a Rolex or TAG that make them more accurate than any other watch.

As ulackfocus said, wait a month. Let the watch get used to operating on a regular basis and settle in. Consider it a breaking-in period. After that check it again and you'll get a better idea of how accurate it is going to be.
 

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Thank you, everyone! I appreciated your input. I love this Forum already!!:001_tt2:
 
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