ETA caliber 955.122

ETA Caliber 955.122

ETA caliber 955.122

Manufacturer ETA
Caliber Number 955.122
Dimensions 25.6mm diameter x 3mm thick
Battery Number
371
Jewels 7
Functions Hours, minutes, small seconds, 24 hour indicator, date, chronograph
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
Hamilton Khaki 8775

From a WatchFlipr.com post:

Also said to replace the following calibers: 555.122, 536.121, 555.124, 955.121, 955.124, PUW2531, PUW253, PUW255, PUW253N, BUL2963.27, Bulova 6183.37, 2803.10, Omega 1425, Tissot 3233, Longines 127.2, Certina 127

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7 years ago

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qun
qun
7 years ago

Excellent site. I feel like I can learn so much if I come back here and read about a new movement every day. Thanks.

symon Lim
symon Lim
3 years ago

Found in Hamilton Broadway

Éamonn
Éamonn
10 months ago

Found in Australian microbrand Adina in one of their Country Master line of watches.
Edit: that said, I also know they mostly use Ronda movements

Michael
Michael
7 months ago

This movement is in the Certina DS Blue Ribbon 30 BAR Dive Watch

Michael
Michael
7 months ago

I have a ETA 955.122 movement in a Swiss Made (Certina) watch. It loses 20-25 seconds a month. On the other hand I also own a Chinese Made fake Rolex watch that uses an old Miyota Japanese Quartz Movement. It loses 1 second a month. I just don’t understand why the old Miyota works so well & the Swiss Made 7 Jewel Movement is so bad. Anybody know?

James
James
4 months ago
Reply to  Michael

Sounds like it’s faulty. That is out of spec. I’m having similar issues with my friend’s watch with a Ronda movement. It was running minutes slow per week. Looked like the battery was leaking when I went to replace the battery. I have put a new battery in but it still runs slow at around 1 minute per month. I’ve had another Ronda movement running slow nearly out of spec. Also had an ISA quartz need replaced then it still ran quite slow.

Robert Tillinghast
Robert Tillinghast
6 months ago

Great Movement!
Very Accurate

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