Hello, new poster here. A TH Formula 1 (stainless steel) was my very first "real" watch, purchased in Switzerland (!) when I was a college student in 1991 doing a Eurail pass tour over the summer. I have since owned fancier watches, but I always liked the look and reasonable size of the F1. So, after sitting around for years in a box, I recently sent it to TAG for service. They replaced essentially everything except the case and bracelet. It cost me $337, which is probably more than the watch is worth, but on the other hand, it basically looks like a brand new watch, and I would happily pay that much to get a new watch like this. If it ran well, I'd be perfectly happy. However, the movement (which was replaced as part of the complete overhaul) is running very fast, 3 seconds per day. This seemed well beyond what I would expect for a modern quartz movement, and defeats what I see as the main advantage of a quartz watch: You can put one on at any time and expect the watch to be running and accurate. Furthermore, the movement (ETA 955.412 according to my invoice) is specified to have a max inaccuracy of only 0.5 seconds per day. So, I contacted TAG and they arranged to have the watch returned to them to be looked at again. I included a note describing the problem as well. They ended up sending it back, telling me that it was running well and keeping time. What do you think? Is 3 seconds/day fast acceptable for a quartz watch? I was so happy with the cosmetics of the repaired watch, but now I'm very disappointed with the performance. Thanks for any suggestions.