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      09-08-2019, 09:20 PM   #221
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I haven't worn my Speedmaster in a while and now it's not keeping correct time. It's slowing down quite dramatically. I'm losing 2 minutes every 8 hours. Is there anything I can do or should this be sent out to a watch repairer to be clean and lubricated?
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      09-09-2019, 07:42 AM   #222
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Yes definitely, if you’re losing that much time in such a short period of time you could be possibly doing damage to expensive internals by not addressing it and still running it. Like driving a car with very low oil, nothing good comes from it.
Send to Omega or highly competent Indy for service ASAP.
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