Miyota 0S10 quartz movement in Skagen watch

Miyota Caliber 0S10

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Miyota 0S10 quartz movement in Skagen watch

Manufacturer Miyota
Caliber Number 0S10
Type Quartz
Replaces Caliber Citizen 0510
Size 13.50”’ (30.80mm) diameter x 4.13mm thick
Battery Cell Number SR927W
Frequency 32,768Hz
Quartz Type Tuning fork type quartz crystal
Stem 065-453
Hand Sizes 120/80/18
Jewels 0
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph, date
Country of Manufacture Japan
Known Models
Skagen, add more in the comments below

Miyota states the accuracy of the caliber Os10 quartz movement to be +/-20 seconds/month.

Replacement prices for the Miyota caliber 0S10 movement were found in the range of $31.95.

There is also a caliber 0S1A (if you know the difference please comment below).

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Val
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Val

No jewels?!

Kool
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Kool

Is this watch in my Invicta?

Bill
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Seems there is no way to ‘reset’ the chronograph minute ‘sub hand’ or the ‘Hour Sub hand’ (to zero). the only thing that can be RESET is the sweep second hand. this seems strange?? anyone have other info on this?

Jan Janoušek
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they say my Caterpillar (watch) DT.163.20.211 has this type of movement, but I am not watch-pro, so I am not sure 100% 🙁

Adel M Elnashar
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Adel M Elnashar

fossil ch-2442 as well

Abdul samad suratwala
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Abdul samad suratwala

I was interes in this coplete watch were can i gate

Steve
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Steve

Which watch are you looking for?

Anthony Elgan
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Anybody know if there is an automatic movement this size that would take the same hands from the Miyota Caliber No. OS10? I’m curious if I can do a movement swap in a Jack Mason chronograph I have. Does Miyota make an automatic chrono movement? I ask this before I’ve done much digging, so my next step is to start looking for movements with the same dimensions. I’m only looking at Miyota movements because I’m hoping the hand sizes are compatible, but I’ll look into that too. Could be a fun project.

Martin
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Martin

Gentlemen,

the question arose how to ‘reset’ the chronograph minute ‘sub hand’.
OK it´s a while since but the info may be of future interest.

I posted an inquiry directly to Miyota how to accomplish this but did not get any answer yet.

Obviously there is no feature to ‘electrically’ reset the minute sub hand.

Here is the solution that worked for me:
Dismantle the movement from the watch case,
then GENTLY push the minute sub hand to its zero position
(the hand snaps by discrete tick marks).

This procedure applies to the Miyota 0S20 movement as well.

Regards
Martin

A Rose
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A Rose

How much is this watch worth?

Bennett
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Bennett

This movement is in my Capri watch. Performs perfectly!

Bennett
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Bennett

Miyota OS10 in Capri watch

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