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I'm looking to find out which ETA quartz movement is in the Tissot SeaStar 660 model T19.19481.32.

I've done some searching around and all I can come up with is a vague "eta quartz" description.

This one is a 2004 model.

I'm looking into switching the movement out for another one and need to know what the other movement is to see if it'll be an easy swap (The person I asked to do the work asked me if I know out about the original movement so he can tell if what I want is possible.. He can't just look because he's in another state).

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Eta quartz movements are marked on the edge of the non-dial side of the baseplate. Normally you can take off the caseback and read the stamping without taking the movement out. In my advanced state of fossilization I usually need a 3X loupe to read it.

That model is a nice looking one... I can see why you would want to preserve it. Good luck!
 
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