ETA caliber 7754 Drawing

ETA Caliber 7754

Eta Valjoux Caliber 7754 Wide

ManufacturerETA / Valjoux
Caliber Number7754
Movement TypeAutomatic
Lignes
13 1/4”’
Diameter
30mm
Height
7.9mm
Jewels25
Power Reserve48 hours
Vibrations Per Hour28,800, 4Hz
Lift Angle49 degrees
Shock SystemIncabloc
Regulator
Etachron
Rotor
Ball bearing
Hacking?Yes
FeaturesHours, minutes, central chronograph seconds,  date at 3:00, quick set GMT hand
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known ModelsToo many to list (add yours to the comments below…)

The ETA caliber 7754 is an automatic chronograph watch movement. It is Swiss made with 25 jewels.

As of 2/27/20, the official ETA website lists this caliber as unavailable.

ETA 7750 VS. 7754:

The caliber 7754 is based on the ETA/Valjoux 7750. The main difference between the two movements is that the 7754 has an additional GMT hand (second time zone) complication.

Custom Rotors:

You will find that many of the brands using the ETA 7754 will customize the rotor. Some of these brands will give the caliber a different designation after the customizations are made.

Uboat Caliber 7754 325 Silver Rotor

For example, the U-Boat Chinera 48 Carbon GMT is powered by an ETA caliber 7754 movement, but modified it by flipping it around 180 degrees to create a destro watch. The custom rotor is crafted out of 925 silver.

Glycine Caliber Gl754

Another example is this Glycine watch with 7754 and a custom rotor with a propeller airplane design carved into it. They call this the caliber GL-754.

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Leonard Lisker
Leonard Lisker
2 years ago

How do I manually hand wind this movement? (I have a Glycine Airman 9.)

Baow
Baow
5 months ago
Reply to  Leonard Lisker

You have to unscrew the main crown (at 3 o clock) and then wind it clock wise

Harry Balskitch
Harry Balskitch
5 months ago

Revue Thommen made a 1K’ diver using this mvnt.. I’m wearing it right now, (The black bezel version). It is a ETA Chronometer grade (*above TOP grade) mvnt. A very nice watch that is fun to wear. One thing to remember is DO NOT attempt to set the date UNLESS your hr/min hands are in the 6’0-6:30 positions. ALSO – if any of you out there are having a problem with aligning the chrono seconds… Read more »

Pedro Mendoza
Pedro Mendoza
3 months ago

I had a Chopar Mille Miglia GMT, I wonder what´s the mattter with the date set, because today it shows me that it´s 15 when it´s 16.

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