Seagull Caliber ST1701
Seagull Caliber ST1701

Seagull Caliber ST1701

Manufacturer Seagull
Caliber Number ST1701, ST17
Based On
ST16
Movement Type Automatic, Self-winding mechanical
Diameter
26mm
Height
4.5mm
Jewels
20
Beat Rate
21,600 bph, 3Hz
Lift Angle
Unconfirmed
Power Reserve
~40 hours
Hand-Windable?
Yes
Anti-Shock Device
Incabloc style
Hand Count 3
Functions Central hours; central minutes; small seconds subdial at 6:00
Hacking Seconds?
No
Country of Manufacture Made in China
Known Models
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The Seagull caliber ST1701 is an automatic watch movement that is a member of the ST17 family of movements. This caliber is made in China and has been in production since around 2001.

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