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I am trying to figure out the hand hole sizes of an ETA251.262.

On Boley they describe the hand set as 1.50x2.00x0.30/0,20

Hours = 2.0mm

Minutes = 1.5mm

Chrono seconds = ?

Chrono minutes = ?

Small hands = ?

Could someone help me read this?

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Hardly a definitive resource, but calibercorner lists

200/150/80/30

so hopefully that makes it even more confusing. I'd check the ETA technical documentation to be sure.

The only other thing I can contribute is that the subdials _can_ definitely be different hole sizes (like a valjoux 7733)

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normally you don't find this in the technical sheets. For eta if you can find the manufacturing sheet that's where that would be. But I went through my computer to see if I had anything and I'm attaching something. Go all the way to almost the very back in and you get the technical drawings which cover the hands sizes.

2 hours ago, KOwatch said:

200/150/80/30

then initially the numbers look confusing until you actually look at the specifications and realize there are two separate second hands in the middle. the numbers above break down to  hour, minutes. Second, the other second and missing is 20 for the little hand. then because the last pages came out of their manufacturing information sheets there is all sorts of numbers for you.

289_ETA251.252,251.262,251.272.pdf

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9 hours ago, gkmaia said:

I am trying to figure out the hand hole sizes of an ETA251.262.

On Boley they describe the hand set as 1.50x2.00x0.30/0,20

Hours = 2.0mm

Minutes = 1.5mm

Chrono seconds = ?

Chrono minutes = ?

Small hands = ?

Could someone help me read this?

Wouldn't you translate this into:

Hand Sizes: Min 1.50, Hr 2.00, Sec .30, Sub .20

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It should be noted that in some cases, Timex would be one such example, Second hand comes in two flavours: With Tube and TubeLess.

Timex M107 info:

Hands
1.38 x 0.90 x 0.16/0.21mm
second hand without/with bushing

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