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Hatton Watch Movement

Hatton Watches use a high quality quartz movements manufactured by Miyota, part of the Citizen Group.

For nearly 40 years, Miyota has continuously engaged in developing innovative movements that lead the industry in their design, function and quality. Miyota movements are preferred worldwide for their durability, ease of assembly and disassembly and high impact resistance.

Chronograph Movement

Miyota’s quartz movements are different from other companies’ in several ways. Miyota produces almost all its parts internally to maintain high quality. Its movements are designed to consume little power. The Powercell Saving Reset Mechanism (PSRM) enables 1/3 battery savings through pulling of the crown. Also, the function of the Overload Comensation Device (OLCD) can make battery consumption minimal. Furthermore, Miyota’s quartz movements feature the company’s patented Shock Detection. When a watch receives a shock, a large electric current is released that maintains the proper functioning of the watch.

History of Miyota

Citizen Watch established a movement-manufacturing factory in the town of Miyota, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, in 1959 and started movement sales operations in 1980. In 1981, it introduced the signature model Caliber 2035 which became popular among well-known watch brands. Along with the Caliber 2000 Series, it continues to enjoy popularity today. Other designs and functions include the multi-function movement, the chronograph movement, slim-type movements, and mechanical movements. The slim mechanical movement Caliber 9000 series debuted in 2009 to supplement the long-seller Caliber 8200 Series mechanical movements.

Miyota’s ongoing R&D supports development of new products for future needs and designs.