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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2017 5:11 am 
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I searched but didn't find an answer to this question. Is it normal that around 11pm, my Superocean Heritage Chronograph's date starts to change? You can see that it's not completely on 12 anymore and starting its turn to 13 in the pictures below. I have pictures from a few different time intervals.

Here it is at 11:05:
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Here it is at 11:30:
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Here it is at 11:45:
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Here it is at 11:55:
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Flipped completely at 12:02:
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I think it's quite normal, my older CSO starts about the same time.

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zak57 wrote:
I think it's quite normal, my older CSO starts about the same time.


Thanks for the reply. I realized that I changed the date (completely by accident) around 7:55 yesterday and thought I may have messed something up because the manual says not to change the date between 8pm and 3am.


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Completely normal. It actually starts earlier it just isn't visible. That's why the 'danger zone' for using the quick set date is considered to be 7 hours.


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Roffensian wrote:
Completely normal. It actually starts earlier it just isn't visible. That's why the 'danger zone' for using the quick set date is considered to be 7 hours.


Thanks so much. Makes me feel a lot better. Many of my other watches do this, but this is the first watch I've had in this price range so I'm a bit inexperienced. Appreciate your quick replies.


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