Cyma Caliber 586K
Cyma Caliber 586K

Cyma Caliber 586 K

Manufacturer Cyma
Caliber Number 586, 586K, 586 K
Movement Type Mechanical, manual-wind
Lignes 15”’
Beat Rate
18,000 vph
Lift Angle
52 degrees
Power Reserve
~36 hours
Anti-Shock Device
Hand Count 3
Functions Central hours; central minutes; small running seconds subdial at 6:00
Hacking Seconds?
Country of Manufacture Switzerland, Swiss made
Known Models
Cyma Cymaflex (Add your watch to the comments below…)

The Cyma caliber 586K is a large vintage manual-wind mechanical watch movement. You may see this calibre referred to as a pocket watch movement because of its large size.

Cyma 586K Vs 586:

The 586K appears to be a higher grade of the 586. The K versions are equipped with Cyma’s own Cymaflex anti-shock device, as well as additional jewels (17 in the 586K vs 15 in the 586).

The non-K 586 usually does not have the caliber number engraved on the bridge as with the 586K. One of the easiest ways to tell is that the 586K has a center wheel jewel (in the center of the movement you will see a pink hole jewel instead of a metal bushing).

Watches with the cal. 586K seem to be more desirable to collectors – there also seems to be more of them on the market.

Note: Some of this needs confirmed.


Cyma 586K in action…

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Note: This caliber listing is still being updated, but feel free to start discussions on it in the comments below…

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