Eta Caliber 255 411

ETA Caliber 255.411

Eta Caliber 255 411

Manufacturer ETA
Caliber Number 255.411, 255411
Movement Type Quartz, battery powered
Lignes 10.5”’
Thickness 1.95mm
Jewels 6
32,768 Hz
Battery Cell 373
Hand Count
Hand Sizes
1.20mm / .70mm / .20mm
Functions Central hours; central minutes; central seconds; date at 3:00
Hacking Seconds?
Other Features
Low battery indicator (EOL)
Country of Manufacture Switzerland, Swiss Made (V8)
Known Models
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The ETA caliber 255.411 is a Swiss Made quartz movement with 6 jewels. This movement has been discontinued and replaced with ETA caliber E63.111.

ETA 255.411 Base:

The ETA 255.411 is a base movement for other brands. For example, the vintage Tudor Monarch 34mm uses a 255.411 base, although it was turned into a metal movement with an enhanced level of finishing.

255.411 VS 255.111:

There is a similar ETA caliber 255.111 which is essentially a larger diameter version of the 255.411.

Replacement Price:

Replacement prices for the ETA 255.411 were found online in the range of $64.95 – $74.95. Keep in mind that this movement is discontinued and no longer available from ETA, but you may be able to find a new old stock unit from various watch parts sellers.


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