Rolex Caliber 3135
The caliber 3135 is an automatic movement found in several Rolex models. The 3135 first hit the market in 1988. It is a Certified Chronometer and features a 50 hour power reserve with 31 jewels.
PAnerai Caliber P.9000 in-house movement
Panerai in-house automatic caliber P.9000. This movement has 28 jewels, carries a 3 day power reserve thanks to the two barrels, beats at 28,800, and has 197 components. Featuring a Glucydur balance and Incabloc anti-shock.
Ingersoll caliber IN 422A automatic movement
Ingersoll automatic caliber IN 422A. This movement was found in an Ingersoll Gatsby model IN1214SL. Chinese-made with 20 jewels featuring a big date display, day, month, and 24 hour subdial.
Tag Heuer Caliber 1887
Tag Heuer's pseudo in-house caliber 1887 automatic movement found in a Carrera model CAR2012-0. 39 Jewels, Swiss made. Based off a Seiko TC78 movement or 6S37.
Seiko Caliber 8r28
Seiko caliber 8R28 found in an Ananta model SRQ011. This automatic chronograph movement has 34 jewels, power reserve of 45+ hours, consists of 292 parts, and beats at 28,800 vph. It has a column wheel and vertical clutch. Made in Japan.
Tag Heuer Calibre 36
Tag Heuer calibre 36 (Monaco 24) automatic chronograph movement with 31 jewels. 36,000 vph with a 50 hr power reserve. Also a certified chronometer (COSC).
Felsa Caliber 693
This triple-date Felsa caliber 693 chronometer movement was found in an 18k moonphase calendar chronometer by Record Watch Co. The movement is signed by Favre-Leuba Chronometer Co.
Maurice Lacroix In-House Caliber ML191
Maurice Lacroix's in-house caliber ML191 has 74 jewels and a double retrograde complication. It rhodium plated with a vertical brushed finish and Grand Colimaçon.