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    Need some help interpreting please

    I to got my CP2 back from regulation and asked for the results - this is what I received. Can someone help interpret them. Thanks!


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    Dial up
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    That looks spot on.

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    Thanks - but what is on the right hand side?

    It's ok - google was my friend:

    D maximal difference between the several test positions
    XH average over horizontal test positions
    X average over all test positions
    DVH difference between vertical and horizontal average values
    Xv average over vertical test positions
    DV maximal difference between the vertical test positions

    Watch in question Ltd to 50 PuristPro edition of the CP2 - Sapphire case back and a few extras to make it a limited edition of a LE watch:



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    So, what level of precision is demonstrated by these readings? My, ‘normal’, CP2 seems pretty accurate but presumably a specially regulated sample can be better still?
    Again, presumably, a 36000 bph design starts with some advantage. Whether this is realised in practice......
    Hope this regulated sample is now up to standard.
    Perhaps my favourite Chrono......short of a Patek, which i’l never own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paskinner View Post
    So, what level of precision is demonstrated by these readings? My, ‘normal’, CP2 seems pretty accurate but presumably a specially regulated sample can be better still?
    Again, presumably, a 36000 bph design starts with some advantage. Whether this is realised in practice......
    Hope this regulated sample is now up to standard.
    Perhaps my favourite Chrono......short of a Patek, which i’l never own.
    36000 = more movement and in theory actually a disadvantage in many ways. Power reserve tends to be lower too. Sweep is lovely of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post
    36000 = more movement and in theory actually a disadvantage in many ways. Power reserve tends to be lower too. Sweep is lovely of course.
    Power reserve isn’t lower on a 36000 beat movement, but a bigger/longer mainspring is required. The spring and barrel on the El Primero is big.

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