Seiko (SII/TMI) NH71 Gilt Skeletonized Movement

$93.00

Description

Time to take those skeletons out of the closet! Just like the NH70, but in a gold plated gilt finish compared to the nickel plated NH70.

Genuine Seiko NH71A Skeletonized Movement

Comes supplied with screws, tabs, dial spacer and crown stem.

Specifications:

Manufacturer: Seiko Instruments (SII) / Time Module (TMI)
Caliber Number: NH71 (aka NH71A)
Movement Type: Automatic
Jewels: 24
Vibrations Per Hour: 21,600 bph
Shock System: Diashock
Power Reserve: 41 hours
Winding Direction: Bi-directional
Functions: Hacking, Hand-windable, Hours, minutes, central seconds

Free International Delivery
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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.