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Unitas Caliber 6325

ETA/Unitas Caliber 6325

Unitas Caliber 6325

ManufacturerUnitas
Caliber Number6325
Movement TypeManual wind
Size (lignes)
13”’
Diameter
29mm
Height
3.85mm thick
Jewels17
Vibrations Per Hour
21,600 bph, 3Hz
Lift Angle
49 degrees
Power Reserve
47 hours
Shock SystemIncabloc
Hand Sizes
1.5mm / .90mm / .21mm
Hacking?
No
FunctionsCentral hours, central minutes, small seconds at 6:00
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland, Swiss made
Known Brands
BWC Swiss Courage, Cortebert dress watch, Junghans Wehrmachtswerk (Add your watch in the comments below…)

Unitas Caliber 6325 Drawing

Unitas caliber 6325 is a vintage 3-hand manual wind mechanical movement with 17 jewels., produced by Fabrique D’Ebauches Unitas S.A. in Tramelan, Switzerland. This caliber is often referred to as a Wehrmachtswerk aka military/army movement.

Unitas 6325 VS 6326

There is a similar Unitas caliber 6326 with the main difference two bridges with a difference shape.

Unitas 6325 Vs 6326

Macro Photos

Unitas Caliber 6325 Ratchet Unitas Caliber 6325 Balance Wheel

Watches with this movement

You may see the term “Wehrmachtswerk” being used to describe watches with the Unitas 6325 movement. Watches with these movements go back to WWII, however, just because a watch has a wehrmachtswerk movement doesn’t mean it’s that old. The movement pictured on this page was found in a vintage BWG Swiss Courage timepiece likely produced in the 1960s.

The 6325 can be found in a variety of other vintage military watches as well. As for the terms “wehrmachtswerk”, there are no direct English translations provided by Google translate. When breaking up the word as suggested by the translator, “wehr macht” in German means “fight back” or defense (at least according to Google).

If you have watch with this movement, please talk about it in the comments below…

Unitas Caliber 6325 Bwc Vintage Movement

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Domenico Ingravallo
Domenico Ingravallo
3 months ago

I own a Bungoia Precision of the 70`s with a UT 6325 in it. Extremely precise

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Miha Erzen
Miha Erzen
3 months ago

A lot of swiss “microbrands” made almost exclusively for the ex-yugoslav market used this movement. Just with their name stamped on. Two examples I am very sure used it, were for example brands Darwil and Omikron (probably also Marvin and others).

Wayne
Wayne
2 months ago

Rainer Nienaber used these movements in some of his watches.

PpaBear
PpaBear
1 month ago

Can someone state how accurate are this movements? I have one old granpa’s Omikron with so scrathed up crystal that I can not even read how many jewels it has 17 or 21. The amplitude should be somewhere 250ish?

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1 month ago

Im repairing a huntana sub second hand with this movement. Decent watch.

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