Question about Bulova Watch
I have over $1000 worth of beautiful Bulova men's watches that each lose about 5-10 minutes per day. I tried cheaper daily wear watches and got the same result. I think it is me and something in my electromagetic field. What can I try. I love wearing a watch but need to be able to depend on it. Should I try wind ups, self-winding watches? Recommendations of those? Signed a very busy multi-tasking man! Thank you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rolex runs down
Unfortunately, it actually may be true that the watch is functioning properly.
A self-winding watch that keeps running down can be an early symptom of Parkinson's disease.
Read item 4 "Frozen in Time", at this link, for details:
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
I believe you are just outside your warranty. Its time to see a watch maker/technician about repairing the watch. Often times slowing is as easy to fix as lubricating the movement and forcing the gear train through the use of a cyclonic device. This fix takes minutes and is very cost effective. If the slowing is due t circuit board issues or a more sever gear train problem then the movement will need to be overhauled. I suggest comparing this cost to the cost of a replacement movement.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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