Sellita Caliber SW200
|Caliber Number||SW200, SW-200|
|Vibrations Per Hour||28,800 bph, 4Hz|
|Power Reserve||38 hours|
|Functions||Hours, minutes, seconds, date|
|Country of Manufacture||Switzerland|
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The Sellita SW200 is the main competitor to ETA’s 2824 workhorse. 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.
Pictured is the SW200 in an Invicta Ocean Ghost Diver. There are many models with this movement, please comment below if your watch has it and tell the Caliber Corner community what you think of it.
Coming soon: a post explaining the differences between the SW200 and the newer SW200-1