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I came across an older Credor dress watch recently and it appears to use this movement (unfortunately a low resolution image was all that was available). Just wondering if anyone knows the reference and whether it's a HAQ.

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There have certainly been credor-branded watches with haq movements - the 8J movement series, for example.

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I do not think Credor were ever HAQ. HAQ were the twin quartz movements only I believe. I think there was one more, but I don't think Credor used it.
Twin quartz and 8J series movements are both used by Credor.

Without seeing the movement number though I can't tell if the pictured calibre is HAQ or not. I will say though that vintage Credor dress watches are incredible value for money. They're much less known than GS in Western markets, which translates to being available a lot cheaper used.
 

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One crystal. No timing adjustments. Most likely not an HAQ.
 
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