ETA A07.211

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ETA A07.211
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Calibre A07.211 is an automatic chronograph movement from ETA. It was introduced in 2005 and remains in production as of 2019.

Overview

Mechanical chronograph movement in the series ETA Valgranges with self-winding, ball-bearing rotor, unidirectional winding, 48 hours power reserve and hacking seconds device.

The movements of the series Valgranges are an evolution of the famous Valjoux calibre 7750 (hence the name Valgranges, from "Granges" or Grenchen) and with 16½ lignes offer a larger diameter. Thus ETA also provides appropriate large-scale movements for the larger wristwatches that are increasingly common in our days.

Description:

Self-winding movement with unidirectional winding rotor
Chronograph with cam switching
Incabloc shock protection
Swiss lever escapement
Yoke winding system
ETACHRON Regulator System
Côtes de Genève, Perlage

Functions:

Hours, minutes
Small seconds at the 9 with hacking seconds
Date with quickset date feature
Chronograph: 60-seconds chrono hand from the center, 30-minutes counter at 12 h, 12-hours counter at 6 h

Data:

16½ lignes
Ø 36.6 mm, H 7.9 mm
25 jewels
28,800 A/h
Power reserve 48 h

Production period:

Since 2005