Miyota Caliber 82s7

Miyota Caliber 82S7

Miyota Caliber 82s7

BrandMiyota (Citizen)
Caliber Number82S7
Movement TypeAutomatic, self-winding mechanical
Lignes11 1/2”’
Diameter
26mm
Height5.67mm
Jewels21
Vibrations Per Hour
21,600 bph
Anti-Shock SystemYes
Power Reserve
42+ hours
Hand-Windable?
Yes
Hand-Winding Direction
Clockwise
Rotor Winding Direction
Counterclockwise
Hacking Seconds?No
Lift Angle49 degrees
Stem065-212
Plastic Movement Holder500-710
Dial Screws929-610
Hand Sizes
1.52mm / 1.0mm / 0.17mm
FunctionsCentral hours; central minutes; small seconds subdial between 4:00 and 5:00; 24 hour indicator at 9:00; open balance wheel at 7:00
Country of ManufactureJapan
Known ModelsSevenFriday V Series, Dietrich OT-1, Dietrich OT-2, Ancon X-35, CODE41 Anomaly-01 (Add your watch in the comments below…)

The Miyota caliber 82S7 is from the 8215/821A family but offers a skeletonized dial design. There is also a gilt version available.

Some of the topics covered in this caliber listing:

Accuracy:

Miyota claims that the caliber 82S7 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 in the clockwise direction. The winding direction of the rotor is counterclockwise.

82S7 vs 82S0:

A 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 subdial. The 82S0 also does not have the 24 hour subdial.

82S7 vs 82S5:

The caliber 82S7 has the following layout:

  • Small seconds at 5:00
  • Open balance (skeletonized) at 7:00
  • 24 hour (can also be day/night) indicator at 9:00

The caliber 82S5 has the same layout, except it does not have the 24 hour indicator at 9:00.

Note: There is also a caliber 82S0 variation which is the same as the 82S5 but with central seconds instead of small seconds.

Replacement Prices:

Replacement prices were found online in the range of $43.00 – $63.95. Click here to buy this movement.

The photos here are from this SEVENFRIDAY V Series watch.

Miyota Cal 82s7

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

[…] caliber 82S7 has the same layout, except it also has a 24 hour (can also be day/night) indicator at […]

Marcus
Marcus
6 years ago

Question: What does it mean if it’s 82S7 GILT?

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Miyota Caliber 82S0 Watch Movement | CaliberCorner.com
6 years ago

[…] 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 […]

Frederik Drost
Frederik Drost
5 years ago

Code 41 uses it in their Anomaly 01 and it looks great with the open heart at 7 o clock!

Andy
Andy
2 years ago
Reply to  Frederik Drost

I have an Anomaly. Love it

Andreas Kleim
Andreas Kleim
1 year ago
Reply to  Frederik Drost

So they use a 60$ movement in a 1500$ watch? that doesn’t sound like a rip off at all…

frederik
frederik
1 year ago
Reply to  Andreas Kleim

The finishing is whatyou pay for.. they have also upgraded since then.

Zack
Zack
4 years ago

Fossil Townsman ME3110 also use this movement

Sidney
Sidney
4 years ago

Bulova 96a122

christian
christian
4 years ago

Townsman me3172 movement 82s7 myota ( very good calibre ). Satisfaction

Valen
Valen
3 years ago

Just got an Egard V-1 Gent 2nd edition. It has 82S7 but it has hacking unlike the description above. It has sapphire crystal and some nice engraving on the case. Overall very pleased!

Don
Don
1 year ago
Reply to  Valen

I have a “Gentleman Warfare” First Edition V-1 Gent with the 82s7. It does not have hacking.

Tom Rawley
Tom Rawley
3 years ago

I have one in my AVI-8 Blue Nylon XV741 Harrier. It hacks. I think earlier models of this caliber did not hack but the later versions do. Keeps very good time.

Sam
Sam
3 years ago

Is this movement used in the Bulova Sutton model (no. 96A120)?

Matthew
Matthew
2 years ago

I have an earlier 2010’s Bulova 97A103 that uses this movement. This version of the 82S7 doesn’t have a hacking feature but keeps great time nonetheless.

WatchIfound
WatchIfound
2 years ago

Picked up a Titan Automatic today. (Model: 90034KKA)
India manufacture. Open heart with skeleton caseback. Signed Butterfly clasp. Signed grown.
Sapphire Crystal. Lume on hands.
49.5mm Lug to Lug, 44.5mm case, 14.5mm thick
Definitely a Big-Boy watch. Starburst on inner dial and finer starburst on small seconds and 24-hour complication. Nice gilt: hands, indices, and smooth bezel.
Fun to wear!

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WatchIfound
WatchIfound
2 years ago
Reply to  WatchIfound

one more photo.

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Andreas Kleim
Andreas Kleim
1 year ago

I have a Luray from German microbrand Holzkern. Retail price is 450 € but I got it pre-owned for about half that.

Hoespeeljedit
Hoespeeljedit
1 year ago

I just got the ZEPPELIN 8662-3 Captain’s Line and it also uses this movement

martin
martin
1 year ago

In the description it says it is clockwise and in the accuracy it says counterclockwise. Which one is it now? Or do I get it wrong?

martin
martin
1 year ago
Reply to  calibercorner

no problem, I have an anomaly01 from code41 and was trying to find out in which direction my watch winder has to turn. was already hard to find out which Miyota is built in.
Code 41 said it is bidirectional and now I am confused… it seems a long way to find that out what is right and for how long it can turn without over wind. Do you have any Information about that?
Kind regards
Martin

martin
martin
1 year ago
Reply to  calibercorner

thank you very much, this site is incredible, I love the collection in your shop. Where are you located? Do you ship to Switzerland or Austria?

keep up the great work! it is a pleasure to stroll through this website.

Ivan
Ivan
1 year ago

Russian watches also install this mechanism

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Nix
Nix
8 months ago

hello,
I have a Zeppelin Captain’s line 8662-3 watch with this movement. Is it possible to manually over-wind the watch and thereby cause harm to the mechanism?

thank you.

Bruno Veiga
Bruno Veiga
8 months ago

Fossil Me3061 it’s looks bright in that watch. I really love how the open heart looks here. My watch have manual winding.

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