ETA 955.112 Tag Heuer Kirium

ETA Caliber 955.112

ETA Caliber 955-112 Quartz Watch Movement in a Tag Heuer Aquaracer

ManufacturerETA Normflatline
Caliber Number955.112, 955112
Replaces555.115, 955.114
Dimensions11 1/2”’ (25.6mm) x 2.50mm thick
Frequency32’768 Hz
Battery Cell Number371 (or 395)
Stem401-906
Hand Sizes120, 70, 20
Jewels7
FunctionsHours, minutes, central seconds, date at 3:00 or 6:00, end of battery indicator
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known Models
Tag Heuer 2000, Tag Heuer Kirium (add yours in the comments below)

According to a post by The Sydney Tarts:

ETA 955.112 is a very common quartz movement found in gents’ watches. It is also one of the most reliable quartz movements you can get on the market today. The movement is easily replaceable, and a quick glance through the interwebs will net you one of these movements for about 25 bucks. So don’t worry if your watch dies on you. Just drop a new movement in and you have a brand new watch again!

ETA Watch Movement 955.112 Quartz Caliber

The pics above are from a Tag Heuer Kirium model.


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Terje Kruse
Terje Kruse
3 years ago

Found in Certina DS 303.

Mike
Mike
3 years ago

Found in Victorinox ref. 241332

Mike
Mike
3 years ago

Correction. Ref no. Is 241322

Nick Dolin
Nick Dolin
3 years ago

Also in the Certina DS Blue Ribbon

Greg A.
Greg A.
3 years ago

And, no surprise, also featured in the Certina DS First Ceramic.

Abhijit
Abhijit
3 years ago

Also found in Rado Centrix models ,
REFERENCE 01.115.0929.3.015 and
REFERENCE 01.115.0929.3.071

Paul Ritchie
Paul Ritchie
3 years ago

The CWC Royal Navy issue divers watch also uses this movement I believe.

W Morris
W Morris
3 years ago

Found in Sector ADV 4500

Alex Mercer
Alex Mercer
3 years ago

Found in Zodiac Red Point Divers from the 1990’s when they were doing the whole TAG mimic thing.

pablo
pablo
3 years ago

It is now found on the Men’s Max Bill by Junghans

pablo
pablo
3 years ago
Reply to  pablo

specifically the Quartz edition ofc.

Acrolyu
Acrolyu
3 years ago

El Certina DS Royal también tiene este calibre.

Austin
Austin
3 years ago

Also found in the Hamilton Khaki (H684811) 50 meters quartz date

Lucas
Lucas
3 years ago

It’s now found on the Candino Modele Depose

M
M
2 years ago

Zodiac Astroquartz

Carl
Carl
2 years ago

Se encuentra en Raymond Weil tango

Carl
Carl
2 years ago

Se encuentra en Raymond Weil tango año 2007

Thomas Gutjahr
Thomas Gutjahr
2 years ago

Also found in Tissot PR 100 P362/462 or Tissot PR 100 Titanium (T101.410.44.061.00)

symonLim
symonLim
1 month ago
Reply to  Thomas Gutjahr

Tissot PR 100 Titanium (T101.410.44.061.00) is F06.111

Thomas Gutjahr
Thomas Gutjahr
2 years ago

Just wonder how many months this caliber (ETA 955.112) runs. I guess it depends, among other things, on the complications (without or without day of month, moon phase, etc.). Someone with a Tissot PR 100 chronograph (showing week day, month, day) mentioned approx 18 months. On ETA’s web site, with 40mAh, the theoretical runtime is rated 78 months – quite a different story…

Yehoshua
Yehoshua
1 year ago
Reply to  Thomas Gutjahr

Mine is running with no battery change more than three years.

Lalexis
Lalexis
1 year ago

Found in Tissot PR50 J172/272K

Mateusz Bujak
Mateusz Bujak
1 year ago

Found in Longines Conquest.

Tony Webb
Tony Webb
1 year ago

Is in my Tag Heuer 1500

Piotr
Piotr
1 year ago

Found in Tissot pr100 titanium . T1014104406100

Paul Botha
Paul Botha
11 months ago

I found one in my Certina DS Nautic. Pretty little movement, looks well made. Keeps time well within 15 seconds a month.

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Mahesh Mistry
Mahesh Mistry
10 months ago

This movement is in the Glycine Combat 3854.19

Arne Leskovsky
Arne Leskovsky
9 months ago

It’s in my Tag Heuer Aquaracer 300m Nightdiver (REF. WAY108A)

A.Herrera
A.Herrera
6 months ago

Rado Diastar True Elegance 11506533

mad
mad
5 months ago

Sorry but this caliber cost in dh gate 73 euros, nos 25 bucks.

Whyumad
Whyumad
5 months ago
Reply to  mad

$25.95 on All Watch Parts.

Dominick
Dominick
5 months ago

Looking for circuit that will fit first gen 230.006 tag pilot Chrono

David Smart
David Smart
5 months ago

Found in the Sector ADV 2500, purchased new in 1993 in Bournemouth UK, the watch is in very good condition and very reliable (December 2020), and gains about 12 seconds a month.

Mures
Mures
5 months ago

Comsubin-uhr mit Texswiss Kompass

Mures
Mures
5 months ago

Das ist

Mures
Mures
5 months ago

Fotos

Julián Montoni
Julián Montoni
4 months ago

also in a Cyma Sea Ray

David Taylor
David Taylor
3 months ago

Will this movement fit a Tag Heuer 2000

Berny
Berny
2 months ago

23 years now, since 1998 it’s running in my Tag Heuer Kirkum.What a great little movement. For my mechanical dive watch I had to pay 6 times a complete overhaul in approx the same time.
The 955 is running like new.

Dustin
Dustin
2 months ago

Can this be exchanged with the ETA 2824?

John
John
2 months ago

In my IWC Yacht Club is this movement perfectly running since 26 years.

Stan
Stan
1 month ago

Found in TISSOT PR50 Titanium

Mike Compeau
Mike Compeau
28 days ago

Found in various earlier Belair Seapearl divers such as A9701 and A9705 (titanium) models. a later A9701 Seapearl includes a Ronda 715 instead — a clear step down for cost savings in an established model for them. 

Dr Andros Skourides
Dr Andros Skourides
18 days ago

Hello, does this movement replace 555.425?

Tom
Tom
17 days ago

Perfect fit as replacement movement for my Victorinox Swiss Army watch.

Baller
Baller
4 days ago

found in Ball watch nm1019c

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