Miyota Caliber 2415

Miyota Caliber 2415

Miyota Caliber 2415

Manufacturer Miyota (Citizen)
Caliber Number 2415
Type Quartz
Replaces Caliber Citizen 0510
Size 13.50”’ (30.80mm) diameter x 4.35mm thick
Battery Cell Number SR626SW / 377
Frequency 32,768Hz
Quartz Type Tuning fork type quartz crystal
Stem 065-299
Jewels 0
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Country of Manufacture Japan
Known Models
Szanto 5100 Diver

The Miyota caliber 2415 is a quartz movement with 0 jewels. It is considered a replaceable movement.


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

Crown/Stem Removal

Miyota calibers such as the 2415 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 2415 quartz movement were found online between $9.99-$11.00 USD. You can order this movement here.

Official Spec Sheets:

Please discuss your experience with the Miyota caliber 2415 in the comments below…

Miyota Caliber 2415 Szanto

Photos from this Szanto 5100 series microbrand watch.

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Malcolm Green - UK
Malcolm Green - UK
1 year ago

I bought a ROTARY brand BLACK OCEAN on EBAY which has the 2415 in it. For 1 year 10 months it kept PERFECT time. I checked every week with the BBC time signal and it NEVER went more than 1 second off !! I was astonished. Then it started loosing about 1 second a week and at the end of the month stopped dead. Flat battery. It think the watch was a discontinued model so… Read more »

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