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Thanks Bob,

This is definitely a when the watch is moving type problem. I don't think it is anything to do with the operation of the movement, a pawl, and the sweep is definitely not getting hung on anything.

Your theory about how the dial is screwed into the case sounds more plausible to me. Is this something that an amateur (very) with a magnifying glass can check? Wondering if I should even worry about it - as I said, watch is still running fine and in any event the noise it makes is softer than the rotor on my mechanical TAG when I give my wrist a good shake with that on...
To get to the dial screws you need to remove the movement from the case and have the proper screw drivers to tighten the dial screws if they are loose. Then you'll need to make sure you don't get any trash in the case on the dial side before replacing the movement into the case.
 
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