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Between the 7s25, 7s26, and the 7s35. I have 2 7s26's in the 007's and had a 7s35 in the White Sammy. I believe the 7s35 had 23 jewels? But now I see reference to the 7s25 in the Ti Sammy's. Are the 23 jewel movements any better than the 7s26?
 

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to me, i look at 7S26 and 7S36 as pretty much the same.

as far as i've heard, the 2 extra jewel are non-working.

they are both non-hacking and not hand windable, and keeps time about the same

so the different is nothing to call home about
 

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I've heard basically the same, though there was a thread on the Affordables forum recently suggesting the 7S36 ran a bit more smoothly (I haven't heard that anywhere else). And as for the 7S25 - from what I understand it's just a 7S26 without a day wheel (i.e. date only).
 

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Between the 7s25, 7s26, and the 7s35. I have 2 7s26's in the 007's and had a 7s35 in the White Sammy. I believe the 7s35 had 23 jewels? But now I see reference to the 7s25 in the Ti Sammy's. Are the 23 jewel movements any better than the 7s26?
What the other guys said is correct. to expand. If it ends in an odd number it only has a date wheel. If it ends in an even number it is the same movement but with a day and a date wheel.

the 7s2x is essentially the same movement as the 7s3x, with a very minor modification, which most watchmakers that post to these forums have said only serve to increase the jewel count.
 
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