ETA 2094

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ETA 2094
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The ETA 2094 is a mechanical chronograph from ETA for smaller applications. It was introduced in 2004 and remains in production as of 2019.

Overview

Unlike most ETA chronographs, the 2094 is not based on the Valjoux 7750. Rather, it is derived from the 2004-1 "ladies movement", itself based on the popular ETA 2892-A2. The 2094 is very compact for an automatic chronograph, measuring just 10½ lignes (23.30 mm) in diameter and 5.50 mm high. ETA claims that this calibre is intended for ladies watches and thin square or rectangular watches.

The 2094 is modular, with the 2004-1 top plate complemented by a complete chronograph plate. These can be manufactured and tested independently.

Mechanical chronograph movement with automatic winding, ball-bearing rotor, small seconds at the "9" with hacking seconds, date window at "4:30" with quickset feature. Calibre in ladies' size, used for instance in the Sinn 6030 Financial District Watch IV.

Description:

Self-winding movement with ball-bearing rotor
Chronograph with cam switching
Incabloc shock protection
Swiss lever escapement
Yoke winding system
ETACHRON Regulator System
Geneva stripes, perlage-finished

Functions:

Hours, minutes
Small seconds at the 9, with hacking seconds
Quickset date feature
Chronograph: 60 central seconds, towing 30-minutes (at 3 h) and 12-hours counter (at 6 h)

Data:

10½ lignes
Ø 23.3 mm, H 5.5 mm
33 jewels
28,800 A/h
Power reserve 40 h

Production period:

Since 2004