The Seiko caliber PC32A is a quartz movement is made in Japan. It is a 0 jewels movement with 3 hands and a date.
You may see this movement listed under Seiko, SII (Seiko Instruments), Hattori, or Epson. Learn more here.
The caliber number is located one of the metal pieces going across the movement:
Some of the topics covered in this caliber listing:
Time Module Inc. claims that the caliber PC32A will maintain accuracy of: “Less than 30 seconds per month at normal temperature range.”
The battery in the PC32A is a cell number 377 aka SR626SW. It is held in place with a friction arm. Gently (read again, gently) pry the battery up and out (carefully prying back the friction arm if needed). Insert the new battery in the opposite order.
Here is a macro shot of the battery slot and the text at the bottom:
Replacement prices of this watch movement were found online in the range of $8.95.
Watches with this movement:
The PC32A example pictured below was found in an Android (Aragon) ladies watch. Please add your watch in the comments below…
Between the manufacturer name and the caliber number is a group of scrambled letters and numbers. This is likely either a date code or factory code. If anyone has insight into this, please comment below. The two examples shown on this page are: