The Swiss-made ETA caliber C07.111, aka Tissot Powermatic 80, is based on the well-known ETA 2824-2. The Swatch Group owns Tissot and ETA and varied the design from this one to create something unique without building the movement from the ground up. A version of this movement is also used in Swatch-owned Certina and Mido watches.

Caliber: C07.111

Release Date: 2013

Country: Swiss made

Type: Automatic

Dimensions: 25.6mm

Total Components: 

Jewels: 23-25

Oscillating Frequency: 3Hz (21,600 VPH)

Power Reserve: 80 hours

Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date

Balance Wheel: Index regulator

Rotor: Machine decorated

Finishing: Industrial machined aesthetic

Unique Features: 80-hour power reserve, based on ETA 2824-2, can be chronometer certified

Variations: C07.111 – synthetic escapement, C07.611 – regular escapement, C07.811 – silicon balance spring

Tissot caliber Powermatic 80


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