Seiko (SII/TMI) NH35 Automatic Movement (Black)

$88.00

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Say hello to hacking and handwind features!

Genuine Seiko NH35A Automatic Movement with Date at 3 O'Clock. Perfect for dials with a date-only window.

This movement is regulated by our watchmakers, ensuring an accuracy of 0 to +10 secs/day and has a printed black date wheel, saving you the effort of swapping out date wheels and potentially messing up the accuracy of the movement. Great for those blacked out mods!

Comes supplied with watch stem.

Specifications:

Manufacturer: Seiko Instruments (SII) / Time Module (TMI)
Caliber Number: NH35A
Movement Type: Automatic
Jewels: 24
Vibrations Per Hour: 21,600 bph
Shock System: Shock-absorber device for balance staff
Power Reserve: more than 41 hours
Winding Direction: Bi-directional
Functions: Date display with quick correction, second-hand reset

Free International Delivery
  • Your order of S$50 (or equivalent in your local currency) or more gets free standard shipping, and orders above S$200 is eligible for free express shipping! Shipping costs will be automatically deducted at checkout.

Customer Reviews

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Yves D. (Rio de Janeiro, BR)
Almost perfect

All the experience with Namoki’s products and support has been great. But regarding the movements, you really should include a movement holder, something simple, in your tool kit. If the customer doesn’t improvise something with the same diameter of the movement with a hole in the middle, he will damage the watch’s hands and dial when he has to turn the movement down.

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Andrew S. (Miami, US)
Great movement!

Flawless finish, build and fit. Get three!

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Christos N. (Ermoupoli, GR)
Nh35

Excellent seller and product!!!

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Joel A. (Dubai, AE)
Safe packaging, running well

Yet to test the accuracy. I did order the inhouse regulated one. It is running smoothly.

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Dan D. (Berkeley, US)
GMT Build

I am a life-long fan of an MLB team whose colors are orange and black (at home those are usually on a white uniform), and I got it in my head that it would be nice to have a watch in matching colors, so I set about building one.

The case and crystal choices were simply because I needed something that was compatible with the NH34 GMT movement, which was the other requirement of this build as my company's home office is in a different time zone than I currently reside in. Over all I'm pleased with the way this came out. There were a couple of snags as I went through this process, but overall it was easy, fun, and well, like I said, I like the result.

At some point, it appears that the date wheel has gotten out of alignment. I'm not exactly sure how, but I can see it and am going to have to go in and see if I can't get is sorted.