.... I barely nudged the arm and it would go from -20 per day to +40 per day. It took quite a few attempts before I happened to get it just where I wanted it. Seems to be running about +3 per day now.
Well, I got you beat! ;D
My SKX007 was running consistently 39 seconds slow per day. That was annoying, since I pretty much only wear that watch and don't really rotate the others. I had to reset the time once or twice a week on it.
So I bought one of Jake's beginner's watch modder tool kits, and used the caseback opener it came with. Since I got no skills, I then proceeded to test it on a handwind Hamilton Khaki I have that gets zero wrist time, just to get the hang of it and see how bad I can scratch a caseback. :-[
So, after getting the '007 opened without scratching the case ;D , I started to tweak. Here's how it went.
First attempt: -39s/d to [glow=red,2,300]+300s/d[/glow] You guys weren't kidding!
Second attempt: +300s/d to -95s/d All right, now. Stop drinking coffee!
Third attempt: -95s/d to +180s/d
Fourth attempt: +180s/d to +75s/d
Fifth attempt: +75s/d to +25s/d
Sixth attempt: +25s/d down to +1.5s/d
The way I've got it set now, the watch runs barely fast during the day and loses about five seconds overnight if I leave it crown-up. 8)
So I finally added my vote to the survey. I now consider myself a self-regulator!