ETA caliber 955.652

ETA Caliber 955.652

ETA caliber 955.652

ManufacturerETA Flatline
Caliber Number955.652, 955652
Replaces555.115, 955.114
Dimensions11 1/2”’ (25.6mm) x 2.50mm thick
Frequency32’768 Hz
Battery Cell Number371 (or 395)
Estimated Battery Span180 months
StemUnknown (please add in comments below)
Hand SizesUnknown (please add in comments below)
Jewels7
FunctionsHours, minutes, central seconds, date at 3:00 or 6:00, end of battery indicator
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known Models
Breitling Starliner, Breitling Colt Oceane, Breitling Skyracer, Sinn UX (add yours in the comments below)

The ETA caliber 955.652 is a thermocompensated superquartz movement. It is said to have accuracy within +/- 10 seconds per year. It is a high-end brass movement with a gold plated finish.

Although this caliber is often listed as being “Thermoline,” ETA now lists it as “Flatline” on their site.

The caliber 955.652 began production in 2004.

 

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Optimus Time
Optimus Time
3 years ago

Some watch manufacturers pays the cost of getting this caliber COSC certified which doesn’t say much since basically all quartz movements operate within COSC specifications, though, it is great for marketing and more text on the dial.

james
james
3 years ago
Reply to  Optimus Time

Everyone should read the COSC requirements for both…quite enlightening!

Adam
Adam
3 years ago

COSC requirement for Quartz vs Mechanical are different. A standard quartz will exceed Mechanical COSC requirements by a large margin. However a standard quartz will not meet the quartz COSC requirements of ±.07 sec./day, (±25.55 seconds per year) at 23°C. A standard quartz is not thermocompensated and thus the quartz oscillations will susceptible to temperature reducing accuracy.

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2 years ago

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Giovanni
Giovanni
2 years ago

Where can I purchase one?

Kiwi
Kiwi
2 years ago

If you’re going to have a quartz movement, this is the one to have.

Steve Allen
Steve Allen
2 years ago
Reply to  Kiwi

Insert this puppy into an over-engineered German masterpiece – the one and only Sinn UX – and you have a watch that I would suggest easily takes the crown as the ultimate tool watch.

H.M.
H.M.
1 year ago
Reply to  Kiwi

Don’t forget the Citizen A010 and A060, and the Seiko 9F quartz movements!!!!

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2 years ago

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