Sellita Caliber Sw200 1 Movement

Sellita Caliber SW200-1

Sellita Caliber Sw200 1 Movement

Manufacturer Sellita
Caliber Number SW200-1, SW-200-1
Base Caliber
SW200
Movement:
Automatic
Diameter
11 1/2”’ (25.6mm)
Height
4.6mm thick
Jewels 26
Power Reserve 38 hours
Lift Angle
50 degrees
Vibrations Per Hour 28,800 bph, 4Hz
Hacking Yes
Quick Date Yes
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
Rebel Aquafin Diver (Too many to list, add yours to the comments below…)

The Sellita SW200-1 is the main competitor to ETA’s 2824-2 workhorse. It has been updated from SW200 to SW200-1.

Many reputable watch companies are using this movement as an alternative to the ETA mechanism due to it being more economical and readily available.

You may have seen this movement written as the SW-200 but according to Sellita, the correct way to spell this caliber number is SW200 without a hyphen.

Sellita Caliber SW200-1 Drawings

Sellita SW200-1 drawings

The photos in this post are of a Sellita caliber SW200-1 found in a Pharos Sentinel watch.

Sellita Caliber Sw200 1 Wide

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Josh Lowe
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Josh Lowe

I believe I have watches with this movement, but I also think most sites state SW200 and not SW200-1 even if has an SW200-1 so I have no idea unless I open up my watch. If there is a difference enough for Sellita to add a 1 to the number then there is probably difference enough for companies to state the correct movement, don’t you think?

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[…] three components pictured above, all other parts of the caliber SW200 are interchangeable with the SW200-1. When performing maintenance or repair, these three components should be changed together to […]

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[…] you are used to the Miyota caliber 9015 or modern Swiss automatic movements like the ETA 2824-2 or Sellita SW200-1, they beat at a higher rate (28,800 bph 4Hz) than the Miyota which beats at 21,600, so you may be […]

Paul Hamilton
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Paul Hamilton

I thought Sellita uses Incabloc, but that isn’t Incabloc in the picture.

Gina Ult
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Gina Ult

That’s Novodiac made by Incabloc company.

Clinton Smith
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Clinton Smith
Augustus
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Augustus

Wow, USD1.145 for this ugly piece of junk?

Salomon Matos Jr
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Salomon Matos Jr

That’s borderline criminal. Some of these hollow brands are just trying to take advantage of the ignorant/new watch enthusiasts. It’s a shame.

Clinton Smith
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Clinton Smith

I have the watch, but I received it through a subscription to Watch Gang, which is $299/month. I think that’s primarily how people would get this one.

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[…] TAG Heuer Calibre 5 automatic watch movement can be based on either an ETA caliber 2824-2 or Sellita caliber SW200-1. Most, but not all of the Caliber 5 movements feature Côtes de Genève decorating on the rotor, […]

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Chris
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Chris

My Oris 01 733 7613 4114-07 8 24 75 uses he SW200-1 movement. I’ve has the watch 10 years (albeit rarely use it), never serviced and after a week it’ll be 6 second fast according to the World time clock. A reliable if somewhat an undesirable movement.

Jason Ruggless
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Jason Ruggless

You asked for folks to mention if they own a watch with the SW200-1. My Ginault has one.
I screwed up the original movement trying to adjust the beat rate. I sent it back to Ginault and told them I screwed it up. They tried to adjust but felt anymore time was not cost effective and asked if they could put in the SW200-1. I have no problems with this movement so I said yes. Got it back a few days ago and so far so good.

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[…] The Oris caliber 733 is an automatic movement based on the Sellita caliber SW200-1. […]

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[…] The Oris caliber 732 is an automatic movement based on the Sellita caliber SW200-1. […]

Tom b
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Tom b

A ton of entry-level Tudor’s use ETA 2824…If I’m not mistaken a lot of these companies modify and refinish the movement once they have them. I think that’s why a lot of brands use their own caliber name to look different but are based off of ETA/sellita movements.