Bulgari Caliber 220

Bulgari Caliber 220

Bulgari Caliber 220

Brand Bulgari, Bvlgari
Caliber Number 220
Base Caliber
ETA 2892-A2
Movement Type Automatic
Jewels 21
Diameter 11 1/2”’ (25.60mm)
Height 3.6mm
Power Reserve 42 hours
Lift Angle 51 degrees
Vibrations Per Hour 28,800 (4 Hz)
Shock System Incabloc
Regulator System ETACHRON
Rotor Ball bearing system
Winding Direction Bi-directional
Hacking? Yes
Features Hours, minutes, central seconds, date
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models Bulgari Diagono (ref: LCV 38 S)

The Bulgari caliber 220 is based on the ETA caliber 2892-A2 automatic watch movement. The movement shown here was found in a Bvlgari Diagono watch here. The caliber has been redecorated by Bulgari, most notably the branded rotor.

The thin 3.6mm caliber 2892-A2 allows for this model to be an overall 10mm tall after casing and crystal is installed.

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Not Signed ETA

Neither the ETA logo or 2892-A2 numbers are not stamped on the movement.The engravings on the movement are as follows:

  • Swiss / Twenty One / 21 Jewels
  • 220 / TEEM
  • V8ZB6
  • Serial Number

Examples of watches with this caliber

Extra Information

  • Other calibers based on the ETA 2892 here

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Ger
1 year ago

Hi I have an vintage Octo watch Automatic,buy the price tag doesn’t come close to the Bvlgari

John
John
5 months ago

My customer dropped off a Bvlgari caliber 220 MBBL 21 jewel automatic movement in an aluminum case. Serial #23695. Seen on the movement is “220 MBBL V8X87.” The movement is in excellent condition – Weishi 1900 timegrapher = Amplitude 176° / Beat Error = 0.7ms / Lift Angle 51° timed for 12 seconds (face up and crown up). Would you please define “MBBL” and “V8X87” for me? I’m unable to find any reference to those two items.

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