Is the NH35 movement accurate?

Is the NH35 movement accurate?

This Seiko NH35A movement is known to be a reliable and fairly accurate automatic movement which is why it has become one of the most popular automatic movements for many affordable watch brands.

What is the difference between NH35 and NH35A?

The NH35 is essentially a non-branded version of the Seiko Caliber 4R35 , but with much more accuracy. It’s a popular choice for modders and hobbyists as an affordable-yet-reliable movement with decent specs. “NH35” and “NH35a” refer to the same caliber and are used interchangeably.

How long will a Seiko NH35 last?

If the NH35 lives up to it’s 7s26 heritage; it will outlast the ETAs with a minimum to no servicing for a couple of decades. The way Seiko is moving upscale/price; it’s not inconceivable that this movement might one day be found in $500 watches but that may be a few years away.

Is Seiko NH35 movement good?

The NH35/4R35 is being used in a lot of the new entry level Seiko 5 models. It is a reliable and robust movement based on the solid 7s26 calibre. It is not in the same league as any of the mid range ETA modules but should compare nicely with the ETA movements found in Swatch products.

Is 7S26 same as NH35?

Do hands for the 7S26 (SKX007, etc.) also fit NH35A? Yes. It’s basically the same movement.

Can you Overwind NH35A?

The NH35A movement cannot be overwound there is a mechanism inside that prevents this. You’ll be fine. if it’s your daily wear watch it should already be fully wound if you are even remotely active during the day.

Does NH35 hack?

The Seiko/TMI/SII caliber NH35A is a hand-windable, hacking upgrade from the Seiko caliber NH25A (read: NH25A vs NH35A).

Where is Seiko NH35 made?

Mod. This ebay listing is for a Seiko/TMI NH35 movement, and the seller is based in Shenzhen and claims that the movement is made in China, which is consistent with what TMI say about themselves.

What is NH36 movement?

It’s also important to note that the Seiko NH36A movement is basically an unbranded version of the Seiko caliber 4R36 found in the Next Generation Orange Monster. In other words, the 4R36 is used in Seiko branded watches, the NH36 is sold to other brands for use in non-Seiko watches.

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