NH Movement Rotor: Snowflake

S$68.00

Description

Rocking that sweet sapphire display caseback but wished for a better finished rotor to show it off? Inspired by the beautiful skeletal rotor on the BR05, this NH Movement Rotor: Snowflake is finished with polished beveled edges and is the perfect way to finish your latest build. Simply screw off the existing rotor for a direct swap.

Compatible with the following movements: NH35, NH36, 7S26, 7S36, 4R35, 4R36, 7002, 7009, 6309 etc and all other Seiko automatic movements with the same dimensions

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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Jonathan B.
RavenClaw Mod

Beautifully engraved design, simple yet clean and intricate. Wonderful custom piece to add to any build.

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Alexander P. (Livingston, GB)
Black CDJ rotor

Lovely rotor

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T (Kitchener, CA)
Terrible quality

Looked nice, but when installed it wobbled on the bearing. The bearing itself was poor quality, but also the rotor was manufactured poorly so it wouldn't accept a standard seiko bearing. Waste of time and money. Terrible terrible quality, and for something so expensive!

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Adi (Bengaluru, IN)
Worth it

Well designed and very high quality on the finishing.

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Dan D. (Berkeley, US)
It's Just Lovely

I think that this is a stunning design. It makes my watch feel really special, even if most people will never know that it's there, I do and it makes me smile every time I take the watch off.

I didn't give this 5 stars for the simple reason that mine came scratched. The scratches (there are two that are parallel) aren't visible when the case back is on, and they're hard to see without a loupe when the back is off, but they are there none the less. Yes, I likely could have returned the piece (I didn't even try because as I said, they're invisible when the watch is closed), but they are there when they shouldn't be.