Here is some more movement news, and this time it's from from ETA everyone.
They have the new Trendline FOX Calibers that use their PreciDrive technology that makes the movements
accurate to +/-10 seconds per year, or 0.027 seconds per day, and meet COSC standards, and "Chronometer"
certification also. Other details include the movements having brass plates, 3 jewels, five sizes 73/4 ' ' ' to 131/4,
with 2.50mm, or 3.60mm height, with functions of hours, minutes, seconds, and date. With semi-instantaneous
date jump, along with big date. Battery life is between 68, and 94 months.
Next, the ETA Moonphase Caliber G10 which uses both PreciDrive, and PowerDrive technologies to also
reach +/- 10 seconds per year, or 0.027 seconds per day, and have the ability to rotate their hands 200
hand jumps a second. There are six quartz movements in total, with five being chronographs. Just a few
other details include the movements having 4 jewels, 29.80 or 1314''' diameter, and 5.12mm height, functions
of hours, minutes, center seconds, date, and corrector, moonphases, GMT, chronograph with 3 counters,
battery saving technology, and end of life indicator.
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