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I can't seem to find any reviews on the Chinese ST-93203 movement. Is this movement manufactured by Seagull? If anyone has experience with it, is it an accurate and durable movement? I'm looking to buy this Stuhrling Delphi:
 

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I can't seem to find any reviews on the Chinese ST-93203 movement. Is this movement manufactured by Seagull? If anyone has experience with it, is it an accurate and durable movement? I'm looking to buy this Stuhrling Delphi:
Sturhling is in the habit of giving the movements they use their own calibre numbers. All Seagull calibres have 4 digits (STXXXX), not five. So while that may be a movement made by Seagull, it is definitely not the calibre number Seagull would use.
 

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It looks like a non-automatic so I'm going with the 2650-S from the catalogue of PTS Resources (Stuhrling's usual movement provider). It is a skeleton version of the ubquitous Chinese Tongji movement, of unknown manufacture (several factories make these). It's not made by Sea-Gull.
 

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I have the same watch in silver tone with the same movement. I paid $50 for it on ebay. It gains about 30 seconds a day. Nice little mechanical for $50.
 

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It looks like a non-automatic so I'm going with the 2650-S from the catalogue of PTS Resources (Stuhrling's usual movement provider). It is a skeleton version of the ubquitous Chinese Tongji movement, of unknown manufacture (several factories make these). It's not made by Sea-Gull.
That you were to identify that movement, Chas, is simply amazing. (It looks identical to the 2650-S on PTS Resources's webpage.)
 
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