ETA Fashionline G10.711 Caliber Watch Movement

ETA Caliber G10.711

ETA Fashionline G10.711 Caliber Watch Movement

Manufacturer ETA
Caliber Number G10.711
Type Quartz
Diameter 13 1/2”’ (29.80mm) x 5.62mm thick
Battery Cell Number 394
Stem Unknown (please add in the comments below)
Hand Sizes Unknown (please add in the comments below)
Jewels 4
Functions Hours, minutes, small seconds, central chronograph seconds, 1/10 second, 30 minute counter
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
Technomarine Alpha-ARG1

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George Mansfield
George Mansfield
9 years ago

ETA has so many different calibre numbers that apparently all do the same thing. What’s that all about?

faye
faye
8 years ago

it’s all about market segmentation. period.

gybognarjr
gybognarjr
8 years ago

This is the cheapest, worst ETA caliber – throw away, cannot be fixed, made of mostly plastic. Value: $1.00 (and I was generous)

Rusty Brown
Rusty Brown
7 years ago
Reply to  gybognarjr

I can’t get the stem out. I see the whole with the arrow, but I can’t seem to release it. Has anyone removed the stem from one of this?

Jimmy
Jimmy
7 years ago
Reply to  Rusty Brown

Are you sure your tool actually reached the button? Did you try it with the crown in the setting position?

Richard
Richard
5 years ago
Reply to  Rusty Brown

Smallest of the Screwdrivers, (orange) down the hole in Position 1 (date set). Gently press and pull crown at the same time.

Hammond Barkley
Hammond Barkley
5 years ago
Reply to  Richard

Is it bad to do this in the time set position or the position closest to the case?

Richard
Richard
5 years ago

Yes, The only time the lever is available to press is in date set.
If you put anything in the hole at any other time, you are just poking around on the circuit and could damage it..

Johny
Johny
3 years ago
Reply to  Rusty Brown

Pull the crown in the middle intermediate position (position two, where you can recalibrate the 1/10 hand and the large seconds hand). Then take a needle and put in in the hole labeled with the arrow on the movement). While pushing down on the needle (crown in position 2), pull the crown out. To put the crown and stem back, you also need to push the needle in the hole. You can’t remove the crown if it’s in position 1 or in position 3 while you push the needle in the hole. Only in position 2.

suzy
suzy
6 years ago
Reply to  gybognarjr

gybognarjr you are crazy. Iown one in my invicta 2144 it is the most accurate watch I ever had. Maybe a minute faster than most.

Wally
Wally
6 years ago

How do I reset the subdials after battery change?

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Marc
Marc
5 years ago

Does this movement (or any G10 series) have a low battery indicator?

Richard
Richard
5 years ago
Reply to  Marc

Yes, when the time stops being indicated, but the chrono still runs, that is the EOL.

norman duddy
norman duddy
4 years ago

i am in need of this to if anyone has for sale 07533179825

ExMachina
ExMachina
3 years ago

anyone know the hands hole sizes? thanks 

Richard Rigg
Richard Rigg
3 years ago
Reply to  ExMachina

Minute wheel 0.90mm
Hour wheel 1.50mm
Seconds/chrono wheels 0.25mom

ExMachina
ExMachina
3 years ago
Reply to  Richard Rigg

by seconds/chrono, i’m assuming you mean the one in the center. how about the other chrono hands (and actual second hand which is at the bottom eye)? are they .25mm too? thanks

Richard Rigg
Richard Rigg
3 years ago
Reply to  ExMachina

Yes. All of the small hands and the chrono secs hand are the same.

Johny
Johny
3 years ago

I got a problem. Watch work perfect, but the hand of the 1/10 from the chronograph skips or sometimes just vibrates but does not resey back to zero. Is this serviceble ?

Greg Hampden
Greg Hampden
3 years ago
Reply to  Johny

Already tried a new battery? Already tried the reset procedure to line the hand back up to zero? Then possible the hand is loose? If that’s the reason then you can remove the movement and try to press the hand back down. If not then maybe it’s a bad gear? Just throwing ideas out there to help.

Johny
Johny
3 years ago
Reply to  Greg Hampden

Yes, brand new Renata 394 at 1.5597V. Did the reset procedure too, but even when I try to reset the hand, it either skips or wont move. Leaning towards a bad gear, or the gear axis needing some lube. When I knock the watch, it seem the hand catches and I can move it a revolution or so, until it starts skipping or not moving again. Sucks cause the watch has a very sentimental value to me.

Ivan
Ivan
3 years ago

Do you have ETA G10.791 watch MOVEMENT? and where can i buy

Steve
Steve
3 years ago

I am so glad to find this site! I just replaced the battery in my Wenger AeroGraph which also has the G10.711 in it. Now the watch runs and keeps good time but the chrono functions don’t work. I did all of the reset procedures but none of the dials will move. My Seiko has an electrical reset of the movement by connecting the AC to the + of the battery. Is there such a function for the ETA? Any ideas?

Chris
Chris
3 years ago

Hi guys
Just starting out on new hobby. Have an original tag f1 chrono cac1111. Need the new movement g10.711 4.5. That seems easy enough to find. However the dial is water marked along with hands. Can’t find any anywhere.
Also has anyone sorted the leaking bumper issue on these without replacing the whole case?
Thanks great site

Chris
Chris
3 years ago
Reply to  Chris

Pic of f1

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Chris
Chris
3 years ago

Didn’t use tag to service it..used a jewellers who charged £5 for battery change. I know … false economy

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Chris
Chris
3 years ago

Its definitely for scrap.

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Alex
Alex
2 years ago

Broke the stam on it. Can someone help finding new one please..

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