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Hello guys, quick question.

I have a chinese watch with NH35a movement inside and I'm trying to replace the dial.

The dial I chosen says this in the auction on ebay:
"Sterile Watch Dial Fit ETA2824 Miyota8215 Black Nologo Seamaster Style"

I did ask the seller if it fits the NH35a movement but his answer was "no".

I ask you... Is it possible to make it fit?

I've noticed they never say the dial fit "NH35A". So, what is the code they use to say that it fits this seiko movement?

Thanks a lot.
 

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It will only fit if you cut the dial posts off and use dial dots to stick it to the main plate

Also need to make sure it fits the case

DON
 

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Yes, DON is correct. That’s how did for my mods which uses dial pins not suitable for the movement.

Anyway, based on OP’s “Sterile Watch Dial Fit ETA2824 Miyota8215 Black Nologo Seamaster Style", it’s likely to have 4 dial pins. Two for ETA, two for Miyota. You can’t use all 4 for either movements. You need to snip off two pins to work on either one of them. For Seiko movement, just snip off all 4 and use dial dots.
 
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It will only fit if you cut the dial posts off and use dial dots to stick it to the main plate

Also need to make sure it fits the case

DON
It is easy and secure to do that? Is it work just fine?

Thank you very much, guys!
 
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