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Eta 2895.2

ETA Caliber 2895-2

Manufacturer ETA
Caliber Number 2895-2
Base Caliber
ETA 2892-A2
Movement Type Automatic, self-winding mechanical
Lignes 11.5”’
Overall Diameter
Casing Diameter
Jewel Count
Twenty-seven (27)
Beat Rate / Frequency
28,800 vph / 4 Hz
Lift Angle
51 degrees
Amplitude Range
200 – 315 degrees
Power Reserve
42 hours
Rotor Style
Rotor Winding Direction
Balance Wheel
Nickel gilt or Glucydur gilt (depends on grade)
Nivarox 2 or Anachron (depends on grade)
Anti-Shock Device
ETACHRON with fine timing device
Hand Count 3
Hand Sizes
1.5mm / .90mm / .20mm
Functions Central hours; central minutes; small seconds subdial at 6:00; date at 3:00 (or 6:00 depending on the dial design)
Hacking Seconds?
Quickset Date
Brass mainplates and bridges, “heavy metal” oscillating weight and ball bearings
Country of Manufacture Switzerland, Swiss made
Known Models
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ETA caliber 2895-2 is a Swiss made automatic watch movement with 27 jewels and a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 beats per hour). The notable features of the 2895-2 are its small seconds subdial at 6:00 with a date.

According to dates found on official technical documentation, this movement has been in production since at least 6/2005 8/1995.

The 2895-2 is available in 3 grades depending on the requirements of the watch it is being used in: Elabore, Top, or Chronometer. Learn more about ETA movement grades here.

Eta Caliber 2895 2 Drawings

2892A2 Architecture:

The 2895-2 is based on the 2892-A2 framework. Therefore, both movements share the same diameter, although the height is different: 4.35mm for the 2895-2 and 3.6mm for the 2892-A2.

The dial feet and date window positioning are also the same, but the length of the dial feet is different. For this reason, some movements will include a dial distance ring with 2 fixing screws.

While dials for each are not interchangeable due to the small seconds pinion, a blank 2892A2 dial could be theoretically modded to be used with a 2895-2 – but also keep in mind the dial feet length mentioned above.

The difference in overall movement height may create a challenge when it comes to case compatibility.

Eta 2895.2

Power Reserve:

The 2895-2 has a runtime of about 42 hours on a full wind.

When turning the crown manually to wind the mainspring, it takes at least 65 turns to reach full power reserve. With the automatic winding mechanism, it takes about 1,000 turns (or 1.5 hours of continuous motion).

Replacement Prices:

At the time of this caliber listing, prices for raw 2895-2 movements were found online for $350 USD. Keep in mind that ETA movements are no longer available to buyers outside of the Swatch Group conglomerate of watch brands, so you can expect new old stock movements to be offered at inflated prices.

Other Calibers Based 2895-2:

Below are brands using the 2895-2 as their own branded calibers. If you know of more, please add them in the comments below…


Assembly and Disassembly:

Hamilton video manual:

Tech Sheets / Oil Charts (pdf):

Additional Resources:

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