Miyota Caliber 3510 Drawings

Miyota Caliber 3S10

Miyota Caliber 3510 Drawings

Manufacturer Miyota (Citizen)
Caliber Number 3S10 (aka 3510)
Type Quartz
Size 13 1/2”’ (30.48mm) x 4.20mm thick
Battery Cell Number 399
Frequency 32,768Hz
Quartz Type Tuning fork type quartz crystal
Stem 065-349 P.4/065-392 lg
Hand Sizes .70/1.20/.20
Circuit 14-279/469
Jewels 12
Functions Hours, minutes, chronograph seconds, 1/10 seconds, 60 minutes, 12 hours, date, alarm
Country of Manufacture Japan
Known Models Bulova Marine Star, Breitling Jupiter Pilot (Too many to list, add your watch in the comments below…)

Miyota caliber 3S10 is a 12 jewels quartz chronograph/alarm movement, made in Japan. You may see this movement as 3S10 as well as 3510. If the movement is signed Citizen, it will be 3510. If it is signed Miyota it is 3S10. They are the same movement. Miyota is owned by Citizen Watch Co. Ltd.

Accuracy:

Miyota states the accuracy of this movement to be +/-15 seconds/month in normal temperatures.

Coil Spring:

You may have noticed that the caliber 3510 has a marking below Citizen Watch Co. that says Coil Spring with an arrow pointing at a hole. This spring makes a connection from the piezoelectric device for the alarm to the caseback. Without the spring, you will not be able to hear the alarm sound.

Miyota Caliber 3s10 3510 Coil Spring

Alarm not working after battery change?

If you alarm stopped working after a battery change, then it’s likely that the coil spring flew out when you opened the caseback. Most folks open watches with the 3510 totally unaware of the spring, then upon swapping batteries and putting the caseback on, find that the alarm is no longer working. This raises concerns because everything should work properly after a new battery cell.

If this happened to you, don’t beat yourself up over it, not many movements have a tiny spring that just sits in a hole without anything holding it in place.

Here are some solutions if you lost your coil spring (if any of these worked for you, please comment below):

  • Try to find a replacement coil spring on eBay.
  • Look for an inexpensive quartz/alarm movement or parts watch with a similar spring. Casio and other brands also use coil springs for the alarm contact.
  • If you just replaced the battery, you could try to use a magnet sweeper to sweep your floor.
  • You could attempt to take a springbar apart and use one of the springs until you get a replacement. Springbar springs are about the same size in diameter, so it should fit, but will most likely need to be cut in half.

Pros and Cons of the caliber 3510:

Pros:

  • Alarm feature
  • Cool factor that a Miyota is found in genuine Breitling (and other Swiss) watches

Cons:

  • The coil spring is easy to lose

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Yoshihiro Iwamoto
Yoshihiro Iwamoto
7 years ago

I want to buy this movement:
Miyota Caliber 3S10/3510
Is it possible to buy this by internet? Iwant the movent.
I have alan silvestain watch,but out of order now.

James
James
7 years ago

I have the 3510 I am willing to let it go

james ortega
james ortega
7 years ago
Reply to  James

cual es el precio

Just me :)
Just me :)
7 years ago

Found also on Mercedes Benz Alarm Chrono made by Fortis, 20-25 years old approx.

kerchouche
kerchouche
7 years ago

hi all , i want to buy this mouvement for my watch Myota 3510 . do you have address or site for that .thank you

James
James
7 years ago
Reply to  kerchouche

What’s a Fair price for you

James
James
7 years ago
Reply to  kerchouche

What’s a Fair price for you I am a private party
I am willing to take payment after arrived

Doug
Doug
7 years ago
Reply to  James

Give me an email, I am interested.

james ortega
james ortega
7 years ago
Reply to  Doug

Necesito dos movimientos para Miyota 3S10

bill ernsting
bill ernsting
7 years ago
Reply to  James

James do u still have the Miyota 3s10 movement? Im very interested in it as long as it is working condition. Thanks Bill 386-527-3689

Tomasz Szylar
Tomasz Szylar
6 years ago
Reply to  James

Good morning James… I’m badly looking for this movement. watch given to me by ma grandfather just broke…
i called few places but all of the them not selling those any more… any ideas, please, need help….
Tomasz

carlos jimenez
carlos jimenez
7 years ago

im looking for 2 movement , miyota 3s10 and citizen g910, could somebody tell me where i can buy them, thank you.

Max
Max
6 years ago

Also in Ellesse chronograph alarm from 1990’s. Complex manual interlock between 4 buttons and 1 crown to determine functions. Eg. first pull on crown for quick date set, except if alarm button is pulled, then crown functions to set alarm time. Chrono start stop and reset buttons have different functions if in time (timer mode then) or stopwatch mode, and in time mode stopwatch buttons do not click but allow timer function. Can reset Chrono without first stopping it. Mine still working after 25 years. Elegant design and still gets wrist time!

Marc O
Marc O
6 years ago

Hello. I am searching this movement in order to repair my watch.
Where can I buy it ?
Thanks

Max
Max
6 years ago

Hello Marc O. I don’t think Miyota make it any longer. You’d have to find a donar watch with a working movement. And make sure the alarm sounds, as it’s easy to lose the tiny contact spring that connects to the pizzo inside the back. Good luck!

Marc O
Marc O
6 years ago
Reply to  Max

Thank you. If someone has this movement to sell please contact me .

Greg Lees
Greg Lees
4 years ago
Reply to  Marc O

I have 3 x 3S10 movements for sale in Australia, let me know if you’re still interested.

Marc O.
Marc O.
4 years ago
Reply to  Greg Lees

I am interested by the movement .
What is your price included shipment cost to Belgium ?

Thanks,

Marc

Dan Koser
Dan Koser
4 years ago
Reply to  Greg Lees

I am in need of a Miyota 3510 movement. If you still have one, I’m interested. Best, Dan

Danial Waseem
Danial Waseem
4 years ago
Reply to  Greg Lees

Def interested as well for the 3rd 3S10 will pay up to $95.00 USD let me know if you have!

Tim Amey
Tim Amey
4 years ago
Reply to  Greg Lees

Am also very very keen to get my hands on this movement. Do you still have any available?

Heniek
Heniek
4 years ago
Reply to  Tim Amey

Witam mam ruch 3s10, 3510 na chodzie w dobrym stanie Chce go sprzedać

Milos
Milos
3 years ago

Sadly, Breitling Jupiter pilot

Swiss Made in Japan
Swiss Made in Japan
3 years ago
Reply to  Milos

Festina Depose chronograph too.

Cristian Oprea
Cristian Oprea
1 year ago

I also have a Festina with this movement, not sure about the model

Steve C
Steve C
3 years ago

I have this movement and the alarm and beeps don’t sound. How can I tell if that spring mentioned in an earlier post is intact. Or is there something I need to do after replacing the battery to get the sound to come? It doesn’t beep when depressing the buttons or when the alarm time is reached. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks,

JB
JB
3 years ago
Reply to  Steve C

Second this. Does anyone have specs on the spring or know where it could be found? A picture of the movement with the spring would be invaluable.

Jb
Jb
3 years ago
Reply to  calibercorner

Super helpful, thanks!

JB
JB
3 years ago
Reply to  calibercorner

I had a jeweler use a spring from the strap pin (as suggested above). He had to trim it down a bit, but the alarm now works. For anyone else, if the spring is too long, it might press the movement against the crystal and create erratic movements in the hands. Once we shortened it, it worked as expected.

Filippo
Filippo
3 years ago
Reply to  calibercorner

The size of the spring is the following (approx.):
Outer diameter: 0,92 mm
Lenght: 2,6 mm
Wire thickness: 0,13 mm

Chris
Chris
1 year ago
Reply to  Filippo

Hi Filippo, hi guys, thank you so much for giving details about the size of the spring coil! I just managed to replace it in my old (36yrs) Citizen Chronometer (No. 3510-351355 K), where the identical caliber from Citizen is built in, and I am really happy now, as everything is working perfectly again. Here is the data of the spring coil I used successfully: It is a spring coil offered as a replacement for Casio watches DW-8500, GW-300, MTG-930, GW-500. The data I got from the seller (“Minott Center”): Art-ID:28850 ; Casio-28850-805 ; Variant-ID20765, External-Art-ID: 72300805. In the Internet… Read more »

Fernando
Fernando
3 years ago

I love this caliber but I was messing up with it and broke the piece that holds the crown to set the time and the pusher for the Chrono doesn’t engage properly, I really want to buy one of these, if anybody know please let me know.

Fernando
Fernando
3 years ago

I got it in a sector 255

Filippo
Filippo
3 years ago

Found also on Sector ADV 1500.

Jarek
Jarek
2 years ago

Looking for one for my Festina Titanium Chrono, date at 4. Got the watch from my GF new, now wife of 20 years.

keepthetime
Admin
2 years ago
Reply to  Jarek

Such a great story behind your watch! What is wrong with it? This caliber is not easy to find. You may have to find a different watch with the same movement and buy it as a parts watch.

robert destrube
robert destrube
2 years ago

Thanks for the above. now a question: is this the same movement to be found in the Bulova Marine Star Chronograph Alarm watch of 1989? That model watch has 4 very subtle push buttons in the bezel plus the main pull out stem at “20 past”. The other buttons are at “10 past”, “15 past”, “20 to”, and “10 to.” The main pullout stem is a fingernail pull out and has a knurled edge while all the others are smooth edged.

Thanks again for your help.

robert destrube
robert destrube
2 years ago

Yikes, I just realized that I forgot to mention that the “15 past” button is also a fingernail pull out for the alarm and that there is no date indicator on the watch, only the main face and the three sub timers in a triangular arrangement within.

Cheers, Rob

robert destrube
robert destrube
2 years ago

For some reason I don’t see my original question posted to give the “yikes” a context. Did you get it?

Cheers, Rob

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luca
luca
1 year ago

I have a sector 250 mioto and I like it very much, but I can sell it if someone wants?

Ian Watson
Ian Watson
1 month ago

This is the movement found in the obscure Accurist 334000 which was I have been told just about the most exotic Accurist quartz chrono the company made. I have one in the 2 tone and it is pristine, I mean abs factory clean and very happy with it even though I rediscovered it lurking in a box just gathering dust this last week.

Peter
Peter
7 days ago

I am looking for a watch machine for my camel trophy supercrono. It says 3s10 at the back of the watch.

Could anyone possibly know where to find one or be interesting in selling one?

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