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The Miyota caliber 2035 is a quartz movement with 0 jewels. It is considered a replaceable movement.
There is also a caliber 2035 with a “Super” designation. The Super 2035 has a higher accuracy (+/-20 seconds/month) and longer battery life (4 years).
The caliber 2036 is almost identical to the 2035 with the major difference being that the 2036 is a high hand version. High hand movements allow more clearance between the movement and the hands, giving more options for the dial design.
Other similar movements include:
2035G – gold plated
2025 – no central seconds hand
2034 – disc seconds hand
Miyota states the accuracy of this 2035 movement to be +/-20 seconds/month.
The 2035 has a battery life of 3 years. This movement also has a hacking function which can serve as a power saving feature. Pulling out the crown/stem to time setting position can reduce the power being used if you’re not going to wear the watch for a while. Be careful storing your watch with the stem pulled out!
Miyota calibers such as the 2035 do not have an arrow to indicate the location of the release button for stem removal. There are several peg-like shapes sticking out of the movement that appear to be buttons, but they are actually there to hold parts of the movement in place. Instead, you will be looking for a small indentation, which you will press down with your tweezers to allow for the stem to be released. Follow the video below:
At the time of this post, prices for the caliber 2035 quartz movement were found online around $5.95. You can order replacement movements here.