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Thread: SII NE57 vs NH35?

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    Pretty sure that's correct...

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by sota0003 View Post
    I think it is/was pretty much Seiko's answer to the Miyota 9100...someone please correct me if it's the other way around or different but I thought I heard that somewhere


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    Quote Originally Posted by sota0003 View Post
    I think it is/was pretty much Seiko's answer to the Miyota 9100...someone please correct me if it's the other way around or different but I thought I heard that somewhere
    Apples and oranges. Miyota 9100 series 28,800 bph (9132 power reserve) is 67% higher cost compared to the NE57, 21,600 bph power reserve movement. The difference in the NE57 and NH35 movements, one has five more jewels for the power reserve complication compared to 24 jewels for the three hand movement.



    The NE57 is basically the unbranded version of this movement.

    Seiko caliber 4R57
    Brand: Seiko
    Reference: 4R57
    Base: Seiko 4R35
    Movement: Automatic
    Display: Analog
    Jewels: 29
    Reserve: 41
    Frequency: 21600
    Date: Date
    Hands: Hours, Minutes, Seconds
    Additionals: Power Reserve Indicator


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    Quote Originally Posted by leelovesbug View Post
    The NE20 used in the video above is a 28,800 bph, 29 jewel movement and is very expensive.


    Hattori / SII NE Series Japanese Movement,
    NE20
    Product Code:
    NE20
    In Stock: Only 4
    (stock levels as of 8pm Central)< Previous | Next >
    Store Price: $225.00

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    3 Eyes: Power Reserve at 9:30, Date at 6, Day at 3. Automatic wind, with duration of over 45 hours. 28,800 bph, hacking, quick-set day/date





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    Thanks for all the info, I really appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadwarrior View Post
    The difference in the NE57 and NH35 movements, one has five more jewels for the power reserve complication compared to 24 jewels for the three hand movement.
    I see, that makes sense.



    I guess the NE20 is the answer to Miyota's 91xx series, both being 28,800 bph.

    I'd only like a Power Reserve indicator on the dial and nothing extra like Day and Date.

    So even though the NE57 is a cheap movement, having a Power Reserve function makes it a bit more valuable.

    A PR indicator on a watch is such a treat, if not a necessity in my opinion!

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    gauge PR.jpg


    I'd really like this one with the Miyota 9130 (PR only) but they're sold out and they are rarely found on eBay.

    I'm still getting an Antigravity though.

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    Did not realize the big difference between the two movements. Hmmm...some food for thought.
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    Very well said.


    Quote Originally Posted by ddavidsonmd View Post
    The NH are in the basic movement family while the NE are supposed to be a premium line.

    http://okta.ua/files/pdf/1493198938SEIKO_NE57.pdf


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