Miyota Caliber 2035

Miyota Caliber 2035

Miyota Caliber 2035

Manufacturer Miyota (Citizen)
Caliber Number 2035
Type Quartz
Lignes 6 3/4”’ x 8”’
Diameter
18.5mm x 15.3mm
Height 3.15mm thick
Dial Feet
7:00 / 11:00 (needs confirmed)
Battery Cell Number SR626SW / 377
Battery Life
3 years
Frequency 32,768Hz
Stem 065-468, tap 10
Hands
1.20mm / .70mm / .17mm
Jewels 0 (no jewels)
Functions Hours, minutes, central seconds
Country of Manufacture Japan
Known Models
Storm Nuclear Lazer, too many to list (Add yours to the comments below…)

The Miyota caliber 2035 is a quartz movement with 0 jewels. It is considered a replaceable movement.

Some of the topics covered in this caliber listing:

Similar Calibers:

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

Accuracy:

Miyota states the accuracy of this 2035 movement to be +/-20 seconds/month.

Power Reserve:

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!

Crown/Stem Removal:

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:

Replacement Price

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.

Additional Resources:

Caliber submitted by @kinetic_john. Movement found in his Storm Nuclear Lazer watch here.


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Jrman8445
Jrman8445
2 years ago

Vaer S5 Field watch has the Miyota 2035 with 2 year warranty .

Stephen
Stephen
2 years ago

A wonderful piece of engineering. Just be sure that the crown is pushed in before pressing down on the release when removing the stem.

Black Kaiser
Black Kaiser
1 year ago

80years annyversity bosh blue sub watch whint date has that movement! It looks good and have no almost zero sound the

Vlad
Vlad
1 year ago

We use it in GENEVE, HONOR, and many other collections.

Nicolás Carvajal
Nicolás Carvajal
1 year ago

All Casio Watches 1330 (this is the machine code) use this caliber

Nicolás Carvajal
Nicolás Carvajal
1 year ago

Also, all Q&Q simple watches use them

Wibowo PR
Wibowo PR
10 months ago

could you, please, explain about the 7T35 caliber ?! Is this caliber genuine movement from Miyota?!

I can’t find the specs on the Miyota website

MellowMel
MellowMel
10 months ago
Reply to  Wibowo PR

7T35 is Citizen’s number I think. Same as 2035. 7T35 is interchangeable with Miyota 2035. Citizen makes Miyotas. You’re all good brother.

Tony
Tony
7 months ago

Bertucci A-1S has this caliber

Jim Demello
Jim Demello
3 months ago

Used in cheaper Shanghai watch.

Jim Demello
Jim Demello
3 months ago
Reply to  Jim Demello

Also used in fake Enicar watch that says Automatic on dial face and stamped on back of case. This watch must have cost about $2 to $3 to produce as it sells for $10.00.

Stephen
Stephen
3 months ago

Can these replace a Seiko Y121E? Are the hand post diameters the same? Thanks.

Bill
Bill
1 month ago

I used the Miyota 2035 to replace even cheaper Z618 Chinese movements. The Z618 were slow and the minute hand jumped with the second hand. The 2035 was a perfect fit but wondering if there is a Swiss equivalent to the 2035.

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