super seville eta movement

hi,is there any info relating to the grade of the eta movements used by bulova in the super seville thankyou.

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Reverend Rob
Posted July 29, 2015 - 5:17pm

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Do you mean the Super Sevilles of the past, as in from the80's+90's?

The ones I'm thinking about  are the ETA 2834, and they are the basic (Standard) model ebauche.  They can be Standard, Elabore, Top, and Chronometer.

Various improvements in materials mark the differences between the grades. This is the breakdown, and the 2834 is basically a day/date 2824.

dennis chapman
Posted July 30, 2015 - 5:42am

thanks rev bob,the eta 2834 models are the ones i am refering to they are impressive looking watches i remember.i have a 1953 winchester thanks again