Citizen 7806A

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Citizen 7806A


The electromechanical caliber 7806A is a very good movement of the heyday of electromecianical movements.

The balance, which is beared in two inhouse Parashock protection systems carries two magnets, which drive and are driven by a coil. This coil is switched by a transistor and therefor needs no electrical contacts. It makes the balance beating always with the same strength, which results in a high accurancy. With the excenter fine tuning system, you can excellently regulate it.

The caliber 7086A has got a day and weekday indication, which advances slowly. The quickset mechanism, however, is simple and genious together: The lever at “6”, which reminds of a hammer, advances either the day or the date by pressing the crown, depending, on whether the “12” or the “6” of the watch is up.

Citizen 7806A: electronics


Citizen 7806A: Citizen 7806A dial side without weekday disc

Citizen 7806A dial side without weekday disc

Technical data

Size:12 1/2'''
Number of jewels:8
Shock protection(s): Parashock 1 (Citizen)
Balance bearing / direction hairspring:Clockwise
Moveable stud:yes
Adjust mechanism:Excenter
  • SC? (center seconds (type unknown))
  • QG (date indication (aperture))
  • JG (weekday indication (aperture))
  • RDR (date corrector)

Usage gallery

Citizen 7806A: Citizen Cosmotron gents watch

Citizen Cosmotron gents watch