Titoni Caliber T10

Titoni Caliber T10

Titoni Caliber T10

Brand Titoni
Caliber Number T10
Type Automatic
Lignes
13”’
Diameter
29.3mm
Height
4.10mm
Jewels 32
Power Reserve 68-75 hours
Vibrations Per Hour 28,800 (4 Hz)
Rotor Direction
Uni-directional winding
Features Hours, minutes, central seconds, date
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models Titoni LINE 1919 (add more in the comments below…)

The Titoni caliber T10 is a manufacture movement that was released in honor of the brand’s 100 anniversary.The T10 was announced in 2019.

Titoni is an independent Swiss watch company.

Notable Features of the T10:

  • Large diameter
  • 3 Day power reserve

According to Titoni marketing materials, the T10 is larger than standard automatic movements. The T10 measures just over 29.3mm, compared to a common ETA 2824-2 which is 25.6mm in diameter.

Titoni also notes a power reserve of 3 days, although the official specs point out that the expected power reserve can range from 68 hours (2.83 days) to 72 hours (3 days). If you have a watch with this movement, please share your power reserve experience in the comments below.

In-House or Manufacture?

Titoni calls the caliber T10 a manufacture movement, yet also uses the term in-house in their text.

“This first ever self-developed and manufactured caliber has been engineered with enthusiasm and dedication by the company’s in-house technical and production team.” -Titoni

Is this another example of the confusion caused by Swiss brands touting the in-house/manufacture scale of their movement production? As we’ve seen with brands like Norqain, manufacture movement is confusingly (and often incorrectly) interchanged with in-house production, even by reputable watch journalists.

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David E G
David E G
19 days ago

Would have been a nice addition to the article to include some specific models that house this movement. Thanks for the great info/content nonetheless.

Steve Hampton
Steve Hampton
12 days ago
Reply to  David E G

I am pretty sure this caliber is only in the Line 1919 models that they have linked above in the known models section.

David
David
11 days ago
Reply to  Steve Hampton

Thanks!

Scott
Scott
12 days ago

Please, please review your specs for calibers. There are so many with errors, including this page. 28800 bph is not 4 Hz. Throws into question everything else we read.

Tim
Tim
12 days ago
Reply to  Scott

You are spreading false information. 28,800 is 4 Hz. Even Titoni says it! https://www.titoni.ch/en/swiss-watchmaking/manufacture-calibre-t10.html so stop being a troll.

Scott
Scott
12 days ago
Reply to  Tim

What’s 28800 divided by 3600? Did you and Titoni both skip Grade 2 math?

Tim
Tim
12 days ago
Reply to  Scott

Your math is only partially correct because you’re neglecting that the balance wheel is not making full oscillations. That’s why 28,800/3600 = 8/2 = 4 Hz. If you post trolling comments on all of these watch sites, they will tell you the same thing. Read about it. https://www.google.com/search?q=28800%204hz

Titonifan
Titonifan
12 days ago
Reply to  Scott

Gentlemen, if I may interject on this comment thread, what is the Hz of this movement supposed to be, if not 4 Hz? Please explain.

Scott
Scott
12 days ago
Reply to  Titonifan

It was my error. I neglected to remember that there are two vibrations per cycle. For this I get called a troll twice – childish, but still unfortunate.

Tim
Tim
12 days ago
Reply to  Scott

I take back calling you a troll twice, but your initial comment was attacking this community and if you read it again it did come across as trolling. We’re all just here enjoying our hobby and even if there are mistakes, that’s OK, but I didn’t see the mistake so I replied. I’ve been a fan of this site for years and I never seen anyone post a comment like that. I’m following this post… Read more »

Steve Hampton
Steve Hampton
12 days ago
Reply to  Scott

This thread had me pulling out the calculator and questioning everything I learned about watch movements lol. That’s alright. We’re all learning here and sometimes we have to relearn what we already learned. Great site and great community of watch lovers!

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