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breitling superocean heritage 44 mm Why Stuckx Watches Chose A Seiko Automatic Chronograph Over The Swiss ETA Valjoux 7750 Movement Watch Releases 150 Comments August 1, 2015 by SponsoredPost Why Stuckx Watches Chose A Seiko Automatic Chronograph Over The Swiss ETA Valjoux 7750 Movement

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We can promise you that starting up a micro watch brand is no walk in the park. Here is a little story about just part of creating the Stuckx watch brand which is currently on Kickstarter (and fully funded, so anyone ordering a watch now will certainly get one).

Let’s put it out there, you either use existing cases from one of many case manufacturers, put in a different dial and you are set to go and declare it as “new” on Kickstarter. This is happening under your eyes right now. OR you go the elaborate route and truly design your own watch. And look for the right suppliers for each part.

Trust us, the latter route is the hardest one, but also the only one for us. Now we might have a better starting point than most: working together with an experienced designer who has been making watch designs for over 20 years did help… Having sold other micro brand watches to end-users for over 7 years made us aware of customer expectations in customer contact and service. We, as you can say, roughly knew what we were up to.

OK, so we faced the same challenge all micro brands are facing: what movements to use in our designs. As a matter of fact, without deciding on the movement, the design cannot be made. As simple as that.

Now the funny thing is, when you try to purchase a Swiss movement being a non-Swiss company, things start to become hard. How hard? Full payment upfront and long, long delivery times kinda hard. Exactly something a small company does not like to hear. Then there is the grey market. Actually not a bad choice and many (also we) do make use of the overstock that is sold to trading companies. We use an ETA 2824 in our RocK models, as that movement is easy to service and to replace.

But still, what you really want is to have a relationship directly with the supplier and technical support when needed. Especially when aiming to bring an automatic chronograph to the market. If you mess it up in assembly, the boomerang effect will be huge and could even develop into a threat to your brand.

Choices indeed are limited. The ETA 7750 movement is the obvious choice. Well known and fully accepted. Expensive and yes, Swiss, with its obvious pros and cons. Then there are some Asian suppliers that really we didn’t even consider. Not that these movements are bad, some actually can be rather wonderful. It is the QC and large variance in quality that puts us off. Too big of a risk.

Luckily we already had a business relationship with the special Seiko team called TMI. Their only purpose in business is to supply Seiko movements to other manufacturers. We all know the Seiko reliability and great price/value ratio. Many micro brands use the TMI NH35 automatic movement or NE15 movement along the Miyota 9015 to replace the Swiss movements that are harder to source nowadays.

One of the latest additions to their offering is the automatic chronograph called NE-88. It features a column wheel, a vertical clutch and runs at 28.800 bph. When reading the specs you come away impressed and when trying it you just feel it is built to last. The combination of a column wheel and vertical clutch makes for a supple starting chrono hand without “jerk” as is often noticed in cam-lever operated chronographs.

Other rather famous chrono movements using a column wheel (in a totally different price range) are the Zenith El Primero, the Rolex 4130 and the Lemania 321. A column wheel simply is harder to produce, as it requires additional finishing of parts.

Seiko uses its 8R28 calibre with the column wheel and vertical clutch movement in their high end Ananta series. It was TAG Heuer to use the Seiko TC78 movement as base for their 1887 calibre. If TAG respects the build quality of Seiko, who are we to disagree?

The good part is that the NE-88 It is roughly the same price as the cam-lever operated ETA 7750 with horizontal clutch but with better sales conditions.

More importantly, the Seiko team actually works together with us to bring our products to the market. This means real support to our technical people and all documentation we could ask for.

So when we had to choose between going safe or going safer, we decided to trust our gut feeling and decide for the Seiko/TMI NE-88. This is a partner we trust and at the end that is what counts on the long run.

In effect it makes us the first micro brand to use the NE-88 movement (one could argue that Vostok, who used it in their Mriya model, outgrew the micro-brand status).

We take a leap of faith that the real watch lover will be able to see the value of a Japanese made Seiko chronograph with superior specifications and appreciate our boldness to simply step away from the tried and tested 7750.

We actually use the NE-88 movement in our “Bull” model that is currently available through Kickstarter. Price for this model started at 699 euro for early bird pledges. That is the advantage of running a direct sales model with no expensive organization on top.

As you probably will notice, we made a huge wink to the classic wedge shape bullhead watches of the seventies whilst adding details like a 3D cnc’ed ceramic bezel and a full 200m WR.

We were genuinely surprised to see the campaign reach its funding goal within only 3 hours after launch . We hope it is because people recognize the little details that make this bullhead different and hopefully more original than most watches offered on Kickstarter.

The same watch case concept is available with two variations of the Seiko/TMI VK series mecha-quartz movement. These offer a central chrono hand which runs almost smoothly at 5 bps and a three pointed hammer to give the mechanical feel to the pusher action.

We think these movements are amazing, and they help us to reach a price level that attracts both new collectors and experienced ones that want to add a bullhead chrono to their collection.

If you are interested, please check out our kickstarter campaign here.

You are welcome to join our Stuckx Facebook page and also our Instagram page.

And, obviously, you can check out our web site: stuckx.com

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Elijs Dima

Hm. So (price notwithstanding) is there much difference between the seiko & valjoux movements, or is it simply the good old “it’s swiss” difference?

Elijs Dima

Hm. So (price notwithstanding) is there much difference between the seiko & valjoux movements, or is it simply the good old “it’s swiss” difference?

Stuckx

We see no technical reason to use the ETA over the Seiko. People like what they know. This movement is lesser known simply because brands have a hard time rowing against the stream. We happen to know that others will follow. We think this is great. As happened with the miyota 9015, it will soon be apparent that the alternatives to “the established movements” are not at all inferior.

3p0ch

Agreed. Seiko movements have been trusted for decades. They are as indestructible as a mechanical movement can get. I’m actually happy to see companies moving away from ETA.

Beefalope

I agree, too. I’ve never had a Seiko movement, no matter how old, fail me.

Stuckx

We see no technical reason to use the ETA over the Seiko. People like what they know. This movement is lesser known simply because brands have a hard time rowing against the stream. We happen to know that others will follow. We think this is great. As happened with the miyota 9015, it will soon be apparent that the alternatives to “the established movements” are not at all inferior.

3p0ch

Agreed. Seiko movements have been trusted for decades. They are as indestructible as a mechanical movement can get. I’m actually happy to see companies moving away from ETA.

Beefalope

I agree, too. I’ve never had a Seiko movement, no matter how old, fail me.

Wolfgang Stauer

Isn’t designer of Stuckx Watches the infamous Ibrahim Okten that escaped to Turkey as he had to run away from German authorities for stealing some customers in past?

I would beware dealing with Mr. Ibrahim Okten as he is a convict that can not even leave Turkey otherwise he faces risk of being arrested.

Likely Mr. Stefan does not know about this but he should as sooner or later this may damage his watch company to be associated to such a infamous person.

Wolfgang Stauer

Isn’t designer of Stuckx Watches the infamous Ibrahim Okten that escaped to Turkey as he had to run away from German authorities for stealing some customers in past?

I would beware dealing with Mr. Ibrahim Okten as he is a convict that can not even leave Turkey otherwise he faces risk of being arrested.

Likely Mr. Stefan does not know about this but he should as sooner or later this may damage his watch company to be associated to such a infamous person.

So_Haut_Right_Now

I like the fact that this brand is using the Seiko movement, and I am surprised more brands are not; but I gotta say…aesthetically not a fan of the bezel, and the brand name sounds juvenile. “Hey I what kind of watch is that?” “Oh, it’s a stuckx..but it’s cool b/c they use a seiko movement” The name Stuckx, kind of suckx.

Stuckx

Haha. The oldest joke about our brand. I made it first!

So_Haut_Right_Now

I like the fact that this brand is using the Seiko movement, and I am surprised more brands are not; but I gotta say…aesthetically not a fan of the bezel, and the brand name sounds juvenile. “Hey I what kind of watch is that?” “Oh, it’s a stuckx..but it’s cool b/c they use a seiko movement” The name Stuckx, kind of suckx.

Stuckx

Haha. The oldest joke about our brand. I made it first!

iamcalledryan

All of our beautiful comments. Gone. Just gone!

Boogur T. Wang

what is going on with ABTW?

iamcalledryan

You used to be DG Cayse right? It’s like waking up after an orgy – we all look so different, yet similar, and a little exposed!

DanW94

I’d give my first like with the new system, but I haven’t figured out how to do it yet!

Ariel Adams

We are learning the new system ourselves. Like I commented on before, we didn’t per se move to Discqus because it was better, but rather that LiveFyre changed a lot of policies making it a bad fit for publishers like us.

DanW94

Ariel, I completely understand. Remember you’re dealing with hardcore watch enthusiasts here. Most of us still harbor ill will toward the introduction of the quartz some 45 years ago. Let’s hope the shock of the change to Disqus doesn’t last that long. : ) .

egznyc

Oh, I think I might have just figured this out – how exciting! Look at the ^ icon, which means “vote up,” apparently. This is probably a “like” equivalent (or so I hope). There’s also a “vote down” option (heh heh).

Ariel Adams

Some of the more recent comments might still need to be imported/synced. It was not an easy process to move everything over but it was long overdue. Everyone’s beautiful comments will be back ASAP. We are seeing to that and if there are issues over the next few days that you see please let us know.

iamcalledryan

All of our beautiful comments. Gone. Just gone!

Boogur T. Wang

what is going on with ABTW?

iamcalledryan

You used to be DG Cayse right? It’s like waking up after an orgy – we all look so different, yet similar, and a little exposed!

DanW94

I’d give you my first like with the new system, but I haven’t figured out how to do it yet!

Ariel Adams

We are learning the new system ourselves. Like I commented on before, we didn’t per se move to Discqus because it was better, but rather that LiveFyre changed a lot of policies making it a bad fit for publishers like us.

DanW94

Ariel, I completely understand. Remember you’re dealing with hardcore watch enthusiasts here. Most of us still harbor ill will toward the introduction of the quartz some 45 years ago. Let’s hope the shock of the change to Disqus doesn’t last that long : ) .

Ariel Adams

Some of the more recent comments might still need to be imported/synced. It was not an easy process to move everything over but it was long overdue. Everyone’s beautiful comments will be back ASAP. We are seeing to that and if there are issues over the next few days that you see please let us know.

JoJo

Or it could be that Swatch wouldn’t sell them ETA movements, as they’re closing their doors to everyone. You’re right though, it sounds better to say that they “chose” to work with Seiko.

JoJo

Or it could be that Swatch wouldn’t sell them ETA movements, as they’re closing their doors to everyone. You’re right though, it sounds better to say that they “chose” to work with Seiko.

Nateb123

These designs are repellant. And the pixelated, upscaled images provide a window into the technological ineptitude of those who designed them. Gross.

Stuckx

Thank you for taking the effort to comment though.

Greg

Wow, why the hate? Are your sensibilities really so offended, Princess?

Nateb123

These designs are repellant. And the pixelated, upscaled images provide a window into the technological ineptitude of those who designed them. Gross.

Stuckx

Thank you for taking the effort to comment though.

G Street

Wow, why the hate? Are your sensibilities really so offended, Princess?

Boogur T. Wang

What has happened to ABTW?

Boogur T. Wang

What has happened to ABTW?

Boogur T. Wang

Personally, and in my not-so-humble-opinion, I find this watch design abhorrent. I also think that any money saved could have been used to employ an advert writer with English as a primary language. I do applaud the use of Seiko as the caliber in this piece.

Stuckx

Let me thank you for that! Sorry my English is inadequate. As you might have guessed, we spend the little budget we have elsewhere. If we all make the same choices we would get the same stuff.

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