Esa Caliber 940111

ESA Caliber 940.111

Esa Caliber 940111

Caliber Number940.111, 940111
Movement TypeQuartz
Battery Cell
FunctionsHours, minutes, date at 3:00
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
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ESA caliber 940.111 quartz movement found in a vintage 14K gold Baume et Mercier watch (ref: 651125). The movement in the B&M was signed BM12100 / Seven 7 Jewels Unadjusted / Swiss / V8.

Esa Caliber 940111 Macro

ESA aka Ebauches S.A produced movements for brands such as Omega, Eterna, Certina, IWC, Longines, Tissot, Zenith, and more.

Battery Changing:

The ESA caliber 940.111 takes a battery cell number 390. you will need to remove the screw holding the tab. The battery cell should be positive side down. Putting the tab back in place is easy thanks to a notch that holds it in place while you tighten the screw back down.

Esa Caliber 940111 Battery Change

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Francisco M Yruegas
Francisco M Yruegas
2 months ago

I have been searching for repair or replacement information for the Zenith movement 94.5 in my Movado Surf square face calendar watch. When I happened and I don’t know how but I found an exact replica of my watches movement and it was labeled ETA 940.111. Now I’m finding it impossible to find a replacement movement for it. I have read on a few sites that sell movements that this particular one has been discontinued.… Read more »

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