How to correct a LIV automatic watch that's gaining too much time
Learn about magnetization and why your GX1-A may be running too quickly.
Why may a watch run faster than it's meant to and what to do?
- In most cases, a fast running LIV watch, like any watch, would be attributed to magnetization and needs to be de-magnetized.
- You can go into any reputable jeweler or watchmaker in your area, and ask them to demagnetize the watch for you. It does not require them to open the interior of the watch (which would void your warranty).
More on magnetization
For more on magnetization, watch the following clip:
Alternatively, a fast running LIV watch may be sent to the LIV Service Center to be demagnetized. If you'd prefer this option, please submit a Service Request and follow the instructions that are provided to you once you complete the form.