I have a SNK805 which I was pretty hard on. It started running way fast, more than a minute per hour of drift, and despite a lot of attempts to adjust it I can't get it better than 20 seconds per hour. I know it won't be super accurate, but under 10 would be nice, 10 per day even better. Is there any point in getting a watchsmith to look at it, considering that even with the australia tax they are only 110$ as well as grey market, which is what it is. Or is it likely a lost cause, and I should just offload it to someone for parts and replace it? As far as a watch goes its right in the pocket for me as far as size, features, all that. Since then I went back to a plastic body quartz timex for work and have not killed it yet, but I have a steel body expedition weekender that I managed to kill the date window on... yeah I'm hard on watches. Probably also looking at some of the solar options. Thoughts, ideas?