ETA caliber 256.461

ETA Caliber 256.461

ETA caliber 256.461

ManufacturerETA
Caliber Number256.461
Dimensions8 1/4”’ (18.2mm) x 2.45mm thick
Battery Cell Number315
StemUnknown (please add in the comments below)
Hand Sizes70/120/20
Jewels9
FunctionsHours, minutes, central seconds, date, end of battery indicator
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known Models
Omega Seamaster Ladies (caliber 1424)

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3 years ago

[…] ETA 256.461 […]

Peter Adams
Peter Adams
2 years ago

I’m working on an ETA 256 461 at present and just wondering if you can let me know if it is supposed to have a under the dial wheel that is magnetised !!
Is this supposed to be this way or has the watch been magnetised accidently The problem is that the hour hand is not moving

Watchgeek
Watchgeek
2 years ago

Quartz watches have a magnet in the gears that essentially move the hands of the watch when impuled. It’s supposed to be that way. Don’t try to demagnetize it.

Peter Adams
Peter Adams
2 years ago

I’m talking about one of the wheels under the dial not Magnetic Rotor that is a part of the Qtz movement Assy which definitely has to be magnetised to drive the watch works.

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