|05-15-2015, 11:26 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2015
Points: 2 (+)
Citizen Nighthawk Movement
I want to premise this with the fact that I take my watches to a certified Citizen shop. I do not do my own work.
Ok, so I recently purchased a CA0295-58E fixer upper for next to nothing off of ebay.
On first glance the watch was missing the stem & crown. Had the parts ordered and next found that the watch was working, but not keeping time.
So the watch was tested, capacitor was checked, only to find out that the movement is bad.
A couple months ago I set up a wholesale account with stsupplyonline.com and can purchase the movement (Citizen Eco-Drive Movement B877 12 1/2 T-3.8 70/115/17/170 [email protected]) for $69.00.
Can anyone verify that this is the correct movement?
Does anyone have a better resource?
and for future reference, does anyone accept work like this on the forum?
|02-21-2016, 09:39 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2010
Points: 24 (+)
Just Don't Matter what you say, they'll be breaking anyway. Just Dodgy Montres gives advice and the ignorant say thanks and nice, but wait until your montre breaks and God will run and hide his face.
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