Eta Caliber 2813

ETA Caliber 2813?

Eta Caliber 2813

What you may see listed as an ETA 2813 clone, is not actually an ETA clone at all. In fact, there is not an ETA 2813 to clone. It is also not an ETA 2824-2 clone.

The caliber 2813 is closer to being a Miyota 8215 clone, although there are some notable differences.

Caliber 2813 is a Chinese movement, apparently produced by several factories such as Dixmont in Guangzhou (also Mingzhu, Nanning NN2813, Beijing). This explains why the caliber number is often written as DG2813.


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David
David
4 months ago

Looks Chinese to me

Jack
Jack
4 months ago

It is chinese. The most common automatic movement that comes out of China. Works for about a year then stops. Cleaning and lubricating it upon purchase will make it run for years. However at a price of $20 it is usually just replaced instead of being serviced. I’ve had one running since 2017 and I am going to see how long it can last with annual service lol.

Tjschakow
Tjschakow
3 months ago
Reply to  Jack

So should i even buy a watch with a 2813 movement?

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