Sellita SW300-1 in a MeisterSinger Pangaea

Sellita Caliber SW300-1

Sellita caliber SW300

Manufacturer Sellita
Caliber Number SW300, SW300-1
Dimensions 11.5”’ (25.60mm)
Thickness 3.6mm
Vibrations Per Hour 28,800 bph, 4Hz
Jewels 25
Lift Angle 51 degrees
Power Reserve 42 hours
Hacking Yes
Quick Date Yes
Anti-Shock Incabloc
Hairspring Nivatronic, Nivaflex NM
Functions Hours, minutes, central seconds, date
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
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The Sellita SW300 is the main competitor to the ETA 2892. Many reputable watch companies are using this movement as an alternative to the ETA mechanism due to it being more economical and readily available.

At the time of this post, replacement prices were found for around $280 USD.

You may have seen this movement written as the SW-300 but according to Sellita, the correct way to spell this caliber number is SW300 without a hyphen.

Sellita SW300-1 in a Sellita SW300-1 in a MeisterSinger Pangaea:

Sellita SW300-1 in a MeisterSinger Pangaea

Other Watches with the Sellita Caliber SW300:

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Thomas C Helm
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The current Glycine Airman 18 GMT lists this as the movement in its watch.
I’m pleased with it!

David J. Greenspun
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David J. Greenspun

What are the “grade” differences in the SW300? I’ve recently ordered a Lundis-Bleus Ref 1200.

Rob M.
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Rob M.

The Monta Triumph has this movement. Regulated to chronmeter specs of plus or minus 5 seconds per day.

Wojtek
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Wojtek

Does anybody know how many turns of crown fully wind the mainspring?
I have Glycine Airman Base 22 Purist with this movement. Beautifull ticking 😉