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    Broadarrow PRS 3 loosing time

    Anybody know what's going on with my watch? It keeps good time, until it doesn't. Finally found out why it seemed slow - it is stopping. It just randomly stops for a few minutes. Had the battery replaced and it's still doing it. Hate to just leave it on the shelf.

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    I suspect it would be pretty cheap to have a new movement put in it. Cousins likely sell a replacement one.
    Last edited by canuck; 12th June 2018 at 06:30.

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    It's completely goosed. I'll give you ten quid for it. HTH. Dave.
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    As mentioned before, the Ronda 715Li movements are readily available and inexpensive. A competent watchmaker will be able to replace it for reasonable money. Given the rarity of the Broadarrows, it would certainly be worthwile.

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    The 715Li is supposed to be serviceable.

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