Als een leek maar liefhebber van de Seiko MM, kwam ik op WUS deze tegen met een speciale beschrijving.
Ik citeer: "One of the big complaints about the MM300 is that it uses a Grand Seiko movement but comes unregulated from the factory. This leads to many owners being very dissatisfied with their $1900 watch running less accurately than many of their much cheaper pieces. The good news here is that this specific watch has given me EXCEPTIONAL accuracy. I am seeing approximately +1 spd when the watch is worn regularly. I did have a 25 day period that I experienced -4 seconds total loss. This is no guarantee but simply an reflection of my experience with this watch. "
Is dit inderdaad het geval? Of is het pure onzin?