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    De Timezone. (los relojes son un Breitling Chronomat Evolution y un JLC Master Compressor Dualmatic (COSC y no COSC):

    http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...=2132130&rid=0

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    March 2005

    Caliber 13 vs. In-house Sep 07, 2006 - 09:54 PM Go to previous message

    I did a little experiment with these 2 watches. I used www.time.gov as the reference time and both watches were more or less treated equally during the 2-month period of this small experiment. The results were -90 seconds for the Evo and +72 seconds for the other watch (20% lower deviation than Evo). Although it was not significant, I wonder why the Evo was less accurate although it was COSC. Was it because an ETA is still an ETA no matter what do you to it or for some other reasons? I was also wondering if the money spent on getting the motors certified could instead be used to further enhance the watches' accuracy. Wouldn't that be more beneficial for us, the owners? Any comments, please?
    Aut regem aut fatuum nasci oportere. Seneca.

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    Paulo está desconectado Club de los 2000
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    EMHO lo principal aqui no es que sea ETA o no, es el controle de qualidad de cada una de las marcas y lo tiempo que es dedicado al ajuste de uno y del otro, que obviamente tambien se refleja en lo precio de cada uno.