Once again I feel better by reading this forum...Denis in Dublin said:Every few days I notice my clock is slow. It seems to loose about 1 - 2 minutes evey 5 - 7 days.
Has anyone else noticed this and if yes have you been able to rectify the problem :?:
Wouldn't that be fantastic?Foxtrot said:The lugubrious point is, if you regularly reset the clock, could this be the cause of your time loss?
Oh it's been sent off on a couple of occasions and each time on return it's either quick like the first time it was looked at or slow like the second time, and each time cost a bucket of money. Maybe on each occasion the watch worked perfectly without being on a wrist but it loses so much time that I seldom use it now.David said:Footie you need to get your Breitling off for a service....it shouldn't loose that much! I know my Brietling is a quartz, but it's guaranteed to 15 seconds a year, it even has a temp sensor in it to regulate the time more closely.
Maybe Jag should get a Breitling movement in their cars, Bentley have