To make modified watches with my dials, I have ordered NH35 movements. I am selling these movement also loose, or as movement upgrade. The NH35 movement is made by SII, Seiko Instruments Inc. It is the same as the 4R35, except there is no Seiko marked on the rotor. Seiko makes these movements for other brands, and many “micro brands” make use of this movement so they do not have to invest in making movements. The movement is delivered with a white date wheel, and it has a raised hour wheel (where the hour-hand is pressed on) because it is used without a day disc. If you use this movement to change the 7S26, you have to transfer a few parts from the 7S26: day-disc+c-clip that holds it, the gear for the day-disc, and the lower hour wheel from the 7S26. Also, for a Seiko case, the movement holder needs to be changed for the movement holder where the movement goes into.
The 4R36 movement is also made by SII, Seiko, It has Seiko on the rotor. this movement is currently used the most by Seiko, but it is not installed in the SKX007….. The 4R36 is delivered with a white date disc and has no day-disc. It has a low hour wheel, so the day disc is easier to install. If you use this movement to change the 7S26, you have to transfer a few parts from the 7S26: day-disc+c-clip that holds it and the gear for the day-disc.
|This is for a movement, if it is to be installed, choose the correct option in “Operations”. If it is the SKx007 it is to be installed in, do not forget to add the crown to operate the movement.|