Originally Posted by Nine
My breitling's chrono-second hand is very clunky. The way it was explained to me is that the maximum bph is 28,000 but it varies...(if that makes any sense).
The way you see smoothness of ticking actually varies on more things that just the ticks, the size and shape of the second hand also impact how it visually appears. I can certainly see a difference when looking and ugly co-axial ticking.
I don't know much about watches and what to expect. For an MSRP of over $7000, I think my watch's second hand is also clunky. Is it even possible to get a second hand on an automatic watch to go around smoothly?