Seiko Caliber 6810 6810a

Seiko Caliber 6810

Seiko Caliber 6810 6810a

Manufacturer Seiko
Caliber Number 6810
In-House?
Yes
Base Caliber
Seiko 68A
Similar Calibers
Credor 6810, 6810A
Movement Type Mechanical, manual-wind
Shape Tonneau
Diameter
19.7mm x 16.9mm
Height
1.98mm
Jewel Count
22
Beat Rate
21,600 vph
Lift Angle
Unconfirmed
Power Reserve
~37 hours
Anti-Shock Device
Diashock
Hand Count 2
Functions Central hours; central minutes
Country of Manufacture Made in Japan
Known Models
Seiko SCVL001, SCVL002 (Ref: 6810-6000 / 8000 / 8010), SCQL002 (Add your watch to the comments below…)

The Seiko caliber 6810 is an ultra thin mechanical watch movement found in Seiko U.T.D. (Ultra Thin Dress) watches.

Before the 6810, a similar UTD movement known as the Seiko cal. 68A was produced at Morioka Seiko Instruments from 1969 until the 6810 was introduced in circa 1972~1972.

The 6810 was also used in the limited edition “110th Anniversary” UTD watch launched in 1991 (only 110 pieces were available worldwide).

Additional Resources:

Image source: True_market_from_japan seller on eBay (Item #266508003749, accessed 1/13/24)

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