The ETA 2892-A2 is the upper-range automatic movement from ETA. It is commonly found in "upscale" Swiss watches, while the older and cheaper 2824-2 is found in lower-end watches. Together with the 2824 and 7750, the 2892A2 is one of three common movements from ETA.
The current ETA calibre lineup includes the following variants of the base 2892A2 movement. All are 11½ lignes (25.6 mm) in diameter, self-winding, 28,800 vph.
- ETA 2892A2 (1999-present) - 11.5 ligne, 3.6 mm base movement with sweep seconds and quickset date
- ETA 2890A9 (1999-2005) - 5.2 mm height, perpetual calendar with moon phase
- ETA 2891A9 (1999-2005) - 5.2 mm height, perpetual calendar with moon phase and sweep seconds
- ETA 2893-1 (2002-present) - 4.1 mm height, world time disc, quickset date, and sweep seconds
- ETA 2893-2 (2002-present) - 4.1 mm height, dual time zone hand, quickset date, and sweep seconds
- ETA 2893-3 (2002-present) - 4.1 mm height, world time disc and sweep seconds
- ETA 2895-2 (1999-present) - 4.35 mm height, quickset date and sub seconds
- ETA 2896 (2003-present) - 4.85 mm height, quickset big date and sweep seconds
- ETA 2897 (2004-present) - 4.85 mm height, power reserve indicator at 7:00, quickset date, and sweep seconds
Also Known As
Since Swatch Group is restricting third-party sales of ETA movements, a number of replacements for the popular 2892 have come to market: