Sellita Caliber SW200 Watch Movement Repair: A Comprehensive Guide
Sellita SW200 movements, Swiss manufacturer, and craftsmanship. With a production of 1,500,000+ movements, SW200, SW-200 caliber, precision, and affordability.
In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the intricacies of repairing the Sellita Caliber SW200 watch movement. Our goal is not just to fix watches but to achieve broader objectives: outrank competitors, enhance brand visibility, build trust, and keep customers returning.
Now at It’s About Time, we are happy to announce that we carry a parts account with Sellita Watch Co. SA. Sellita has been working hard in the background for many years now, since 1950, to be exact. They’re movements are now in millions of watches from various prolific brands such as I.W.C., Tag Heuer, Christopher Ward, Hublot, Sinn, Oris, and many more.
Are Sellita movements good?
Yes! We here at It’s About Time have come across a wide variety of watches over the past 25 years. We have seen a huge increase in brands using Sellita movements, and with many brands trusting to use these movements, we say that Sellita is here to stay and be competitive with the world-famous ETA.
Some popular movements created by Sellita that are widely used are the Sellita SW200 (SW200-1), SW300, and SW500. These are the equivalent comparisons to the ETA 2824, ETA 2892, and ETA 7750 calibers.
At It’s About Time, we have access to parts to ensure proper service for any of the above movements and many more. Please note that we do not sell parts or movements; we use parts for internal services only. Bring in your timepiece for a free estimate to our Johns Creek location here in Atlanta, Georgia.
Before we dive into the repair process, let’s clarify a common question: Is it SW200 or SW-200? Both terms refer to the same movement, but the hyphen is sometimes omitted. Our focus remains on providing expert repair services, regardless of the nomenclature.