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Seiko High Torque Continuous-Sweep Mini Quartz Movement
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- 1/4" Maximum Dial Thickness; 5/8" Total Hand Shaft Length
- 5/16" Shaft Diameter
- Continuous, smooth sweep motion removes any ticking noise
- Includes a pair of black spade 2-1/2" hour and minutes hands, a red 2-3/4" second hand, and mounting hardware.
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The only slight word of caution is that the battery compartment is slightly fragile. For some reason, there is a cut-out slot behind the place where the AA battery sits (visible in the stock photo). This makes the bottom part of the movement's case weak. I accidentally cracked one while applying only moderate pressure in the process of installing it. It was easy enough to repair with some epoxy, but in order to avoid breaking yours, handle it delicately!
UPDATE (02/10/2015): These movements are still keeping excellent time in the clocks I installed them in nearly a year ago.
I looked for a long time to find a clock movement to keep time accurately with my large wall clock. The clock uses a 17" hour hand, and its heavy by most standards. This movement keeps time perfectly and steady all the way around unlike others that would fail between 4 and 7 O'Clock.
Remember, no one wants to know what time it is. They just want to know how much time is left. That's why analog clocks tend to be more popular than digital - except they lack the 'cool' factor.
Update on 10/18/14.
After having the new movement working for about 2 weeks, I can report that unlike the original movement which gained about 2 minutes/month, this one has lost 6 minutes, extrapolated to about 12 minutes/month. Unfortunately, I threw caution to the winds and disposed of the original movement. I'll return this one to Amazon and try again - through Amazon. There's one thing I like about this movement, compared to the old one. The second hand rotates smoothly, where the old one 'jerked' from second to second.
2nd update on 11/20/14.
I failed to return the item within the 30 day limit. My bad. So I set it aside, and recently looked at it again.
Close examination showed the spindle the hands mount on was not perpendicular to the back mounting face of the movement.Read more ›
Other than that, super quiet. You can only hear it if you press the unit to your ear.
Good instructions. Most items like this don't tell you anything. These instructions were clear and easy.
Time will tell (Ha ha!) If it's accurate or lasts. I will update review as needed. For now, 4 stars for shoddy packaging.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a Seiko brand product. It's a generic Chinese manufactured product.Published 19 hours ago by Amazon Customer
This is a smooth running clock works. Yes, it does not click off the seconds, but rather the second hand flows smoothly around. Very nice looking as well. Good product!Published 7 days ago by Douglas A. Kenney
I bought two of these for two clocks, both have remained accurate to within about 10 seconds after a month, which is probably good enough. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Alexander Komarov
I've done watch work, so why not try a clock? I finally found the directions when doing my clean up after installing the new movement. It's a guy thing, OK? Read morePublished 12 days ago by Robert E.
My daughter can not take ticking and this clock makes no noisePublished 13 days ago by A Scott Harris
Clock keeps good time so far. However, it is not a Seiko movement. It does not say Seiko anywhere on movement body.Published 24 days ago by Ted S
This movement has replaced a vintage C-cell Junghans movement that was my old sunburst wall clock. I set it, accurate down to the second, to the clock in my phone. Read morePublished 26 days ago by aguadillano