NH movements, a staple in the world of Seiko watch modding, are the heart and soul of your timepiece. The rotor, a key part of this automatic movement, keeps your watch ticking as you move. But where can you find the perfect rotor for your NH movement? Let's delve into the world of rotors and see where you can get your hands on one.



A rotor may not be the first thing you notice when you flip your watch over, but it’s an integral part of the automatic movement. That small, half-moon-shaped piece swings with the motion of your wrist, winding the mainspring and providing power to your watch. The beauty of the rotor is in its function, but that doesn't mean it can't be aesthetically pleasing too.


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Check out high-end brands like Patek Philippe or Audemars Piguet. They add intricate designs and engravings to their rotors, transforming them into works of art. They're stunning, but the reality is that not everyone can afford a luxury watch. This is where the joy of modding comes in. You can personalize your Seiko with an aftermarket rotor to match your style.

The NH35 and NH36 movements, commonly found in Seiko watches, come with a rather plain rotor. It's functional, no doubt, but there's room for improvement in terms of aesthetics. Don't worry, you don't need to compromise. Here at namokiMODS, we have aftermarket rotors that can add a touch of class to your Seiko mod.

Our rotors are available in a variety of finishes, including black, gold, and the traditional silver. If you're after a more personalized touch, we have rotors engraved with intricate designs, giving your watch that high-end feel without the high-end price tag.



A fan-favorite is the "Great Wave" rotor, with its design reminiscent of the iconic wave pattern found on traditional Japanese art. It's not just about aesthetics, though. The Tokyo Wave rotor is finely balanced and rotates smoothly, ensuring efficient winding of your NH movement.

Another interesting choice is the skeletonized rotor. It offers a fascinating view of the movement beneath, a feature usually found on more expensive timepieces. It's perfect if you love the mechanical aspect of watches and want to show it off.



Remember, changing a rotor requires some watchmaking skills. If you're new to modding, it's essential to have the right tools and a careful hand. But don't fret! The sense of achievement you'll get after installing your new rotor is worth it.

So, if you're looking to give your Seiko mod that extra touch of personality, why not consider changing the rotor? You can find a wide range of rotors right here at namokiMODS.

For inquiries or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at support@namokimods.com.

Happy modding!

May 12, 2023 — Jeremiah A