Miyota Caliber 82s0

Miyota Caliber 82S0

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Miyota Caliber 82s0

Brand Miyota (Citizen)
Caliber Number 82S0
Movement Type Automatic
Diameter 11 1/2”’ (26mm)
Height 5.67mm
Jewels 21
Vibrations Per Hour
21,600 bph
Anti-Shock System Parashock
Power Reserve
42+ hours
Rotor Direction
Uni-directional (left)
Hacking? Yes and No (see below)
Hand-Windable?
Yes
Winding Direction
Clockwise
Lift Angle 49 degrees
Stem 065-212
Plastic Movement Holder 500-710
Dial Screws 929-610
Hand Sizes
1.52mm / 1.0mm / 0.17mm
Functions Hours, minutes, central seconds, open balance at 7:00 or skeleton
Country of Manufacture Japan
Known Models Advisor Ascent Mr. Skull (Too many to list, add yours in the comments below…)

The Miyota caliber 82S0 is from the 8215/821A family but offers a skeletonized dial design. There is also a gilt (gold tone) version available.

Accuracy:

Miyota claims that the caliber 82S0 offers accuracy of -20 ~ +40 seconds per day. This is measured within 10-60 minutes from a full wind via the crown. To fully wind the movement, turn the crown 40 times. The winding direction of the rotor is counterclockwise.

82S0 vs 82S5/82S7:

The caliber 82S0 has the following layout:

  • Central seconds
  • Open balance (skeletonized) at 7:00

The caliber 82S5 and 82S7 are based on the same movement, but the caliber 82S5 has small seconds instead of central seconds. The caliber 82S7 has small seconds instead of central seconds and also a 24 hour (can also be day/night) indicator at 9:00.

Upgraded Hacking Seconds:

As of mid-2019, Miyota seems to have listened to the desires of the watch community and found a way to integrate a hacking mechanism (stop seconds device) into the 82S0. This means that the seconds hand will stop when the crown is pulled out. We have reached out to Miyota and will update this listing as soon as we have a reply with more information as to when they made this change. Keep in mind that although there are 82S0 movements popping up on the market, the current majority of 82S0 powered watches will be non-hacking. If you watch doesn’t hack, it doesn’t mean it’s broken.

Replacement Prices:

Replacement prices were found online around $54.95.

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Miyota Caliber 82S5 Watch Movement | CaliberCorner.com
2 years ago

[…] There is also a caliber 82S0 variation which is the same as the 82S5 but with central seconds instead of small […]

Gavin
Gavin
2 years ago

It appears that the 8250 variant is used in the Bulova 96A189, built exclusively for Macy’s.

Chuckletech
Chuckletech
2 years ago

Bulova 98A187 B7 share the same 82S0. They shift the movement by 1 hour so that the crown is at 2 o’clock and the open heart hit the middle of 6 o’clock.

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2 years ago

[…] more “minimalist” version of the caliber 82S7 is the caliber 82S0. The 82S0 is basically the same movement but has central seconds instead of the small seconds […]

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1 year ago

[…] el centro de la esfera se encuentra el movimiento automático Miyota 82S0 con esqueleto de dimensiones de 26 mm de ancho y 5,67 mm de alto, tiene una reserva de energía de […]

Charles Kron
Charles Kron
1 year ago

Used in all Caliper Timepieces watches.

Fernando
Fernando
1 year ago

The Bulovas 96A199 98A187 and 97A136 all have the Miyota 82S0. On the Miyota movement specs page it mentions that the the crown movement for hand winding is clockwise, which should not be confused with the rotor weight which is wound counterclockwise when facing the dial, as specified on this page.

Frank
Frank
1 year ago

Used in Ingersoll “The Linden” Automatic, although not mentioned.

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Miyota Caliber 83S0 Watch Movement | CaliberCorner.com
1 year ago

[…] this caliber listing as more information becomes confirmed. In the meantime, please check out the caliber 82S0 here and comment below if you found a watch powered by the […]

Christopher Schuster
Christopher Schuster
11 months ago

Used in the Tempus Faire Comrade Skeleton

Peter
Peter
11 months ago

Used also in Festina F20490 watches. But this movement in Festina is with hacking function.

Owen
Owen
10 months ago

My watch, a Emporio Armani Meccanico (AR600008)uses a modified version of this movement (some metal has been removed to show more of the gears and it has a different rotor.)

Titus
Titus
7 months ago

I have a Bulova 97A136 with a Miyota 82S0 caliber. I was able to regulate the movement using an iOS app called Watch Tuner Timegrapher. Straight from the factory it had an accuracy of +20s/day. Now it’s +2s after more than 70 days! I know, this is UNBELIEVABLE. And they say you should pay thousands of dollars for a -4s/+6s per day COSC-certified watch. +2s in total in 70 days is 99,99996% accuracy. Unbelievable, I… Read more »

Ken
Ken
7 months ago

My new Xeric Evergraph (image attached) has this quality 82S0 decorated movement. Wish the case back had full exhibition glass to see it all, but can see the essentials. The front of watch also has some cutaway to view part of movement and balance wheel. Good accuracy movement and decent reserve. Winds very smooth too. The crown is at an odd 8 o’clock position, as the watch design needed the balance wheel visible at top… Read more »

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