Eta G10211

ETA Caliber G10.211

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Eta G10211

Manufacturer ETA
Caliber Number G10.211, G10211
Type Quartz
Diameter 13 1/4”’ (29.80mm)
5.12mm thick
Battery Cell Number 394
32,768 Hz
Stem 401-1497
Hand Sizes 1.50mm, 0.90mm, 0.25mm, 0.20mm
Jewels 4
Functions Hours, minutes, small seconds, central chronograph seconds, 1/10 second, 30 minute counter, date (different brands may place the date window in a different location)
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
Tissot Quickster, Swiss Legend Commander, Invicta Reserve Midsize (add yours to the comments below…)

Eta Caliber G10 211

The ETA caliber G10.211 is a Swiss “assembled” quartz chronograph movement with 4 jewels. This movement is part of ETA’s Fashionline group of quartz movements. This caliber is not considered to be a repairable movement and is largely found in entry level lower priced timepieces.


The ETA caliber G10.211 has been discontinued.  Caliber G10.212 is a possible replacement.

Replacement Price

At the time of this post, replacement prices for the G10.211 were not found online because it has been discontinued. Prices for the replacement caliber G10.212 were found in the range of $45 – $59.99 USD.

Eta G10 211

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Examples of Watches With This Caliber

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Greg A.
Greg A.

Utilized in the Victorinox Chrono Classic. Mine is almost supernaturally accurate. It hasn’t gained or lost even a tenth of a second in three months. That’s well within quartz chronometer certification standards. Not too shabby for a conventional quartz movement!

Marv j
Marv j

Great movement that’s all no worries pretty accurate like a chronometer..


I have this movement in an Atlantic chronograph. Besides changing a battery after a couple of years, it’s been very reliable and quite accurate.

Fabiano Gomes Correa Junior

Essa máquina e original do excursion da invicta ?

Carlos T Hoshino
Carlos T Hoshino

A invicta costuma usar maquina Ronda Z60, 540D ou Hattori VD53. Mas o 11020 vem com este movimento.


Don’t let the ETA stamp fool you. This G10 quartz movement is total unserviceable welded shut piece of junk. You’re better off with a Ronda or even a Miyota or Seiko quartz before buying any watch with a G10 shitter.

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