Baumgartner Watch Movements

Below we have compiled a comprehensive list of Baumgartner watch movements (BFG) including the movement size, height, hand sizes, battery codes and other useful information you may need during your watchmaking. This has been sourced via multiple trusted sources that will be continually updated and expanded over time.

Baumgartner 158

Size: Ø31.10mm (13.5 Ligne)

Height: 4.10mm

Hands: Hour, Minute & Center Seconds

Hand Sizes: 1.65 x 1.10 x 0.21mm

Jewels: 1

Used In The Following Watches:

Sicura Automatic

Baumgartner 875

Size: Ø26.50mm (12 Ligne)

Height: 4.65mm

Hands: Hour, Minute & Center Seconds

Hand Sizes: 1.89 x 1.09 x 0.16mm

Used In The Following Watches:

Rocar Watches

Baumgartner 582

Size: Ø31.10mm (13.5 Ligne)

Height: 4.30mm

Hands: Hour, Minute & Center Seconds

Hand Sizes: 1.60 x 1.10 x 0.21mm

Jewels: 1

Used In The Following Watches:

Josmar Jubilee

Baumgartner 896

Size: Ø25.60mm (11.5 Ligne)

Height: 4.00mm

Hands: Hour, Minute & Center Seconds

Hand Sizes: 1.30 x 0.80 x 0.20mm

Used In The Following Watches:

Buler Watches

Baumgartner 866

Baumgartner 866 Movement

Size: Ø31.15mm (13.5 Ligne)

Height: 4.65mm

Hands: Hour, Minute & Center Seconds

Hand Sizes: 1.89 x 1.09 x 0.28mm

Jewels: 1

Personal Notes: ‘Pin Pallet’ watch. Sometimes come with Calendar Complication. Do not always come with Crown at 4 o’clock

Used In The Following Watches:

Alpha Super De Luxe

Amila De Luxe

Aseikon Super De Luxe

Buler Watches

Citizen Super De Luxe

Homer Super De Luxe

Lucerna Calendar

Orient Watches

Pierre Jacquard Super Deluxe

Polwatch Calendar

Relmex De Luxe

Rexor Super De Luxe

Sovereign Watches

Titan Super 17R

Trafalgar Sidewinder Super DeLuxe

Wiseman Super De Luxe

We’ve compiled this list from various sources and will attempt to keep it updated and correct, but if you think we’ve missed anything, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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Baumgartner Watch Movements FAQ

Baumgartner watch movements are a type of watch movements that were produced by the Baumgartner company, a Swiss manufacturer of watch parts and movements. The company was founded in 1923 and ceased operations in 1981. Baumgartner watch movements are also known as BFG movements, after the initials of the company’s founders: Baumgartner Frères Genève.

Baumgartner watch movements are known for their simplicity, reliability, and affordability. They were mainly used in low-end and mid-range watches, such as Timex, Lorus, and Sekonda. They were also used in some novelty watches, such as musical watches, jump hour watches, and mystery dial watches. Baumgartner watch movements are mostly manual-winding or pin-lever movements, with some exceptions of automatic or jeweled movements.

According to the current web page context, there are at least 36 models of Baumgartner watch movements, ranging from BFG 10 to BFG 999. The current web page context provides a comprehensive list of these models, along with their size, height, hand sizes, battery codes, and other useful information. The list is sourced from multiple trusted sources and is updated and expanded over time.

One way to identify a Baumgartner watch movement is to look at the back of the case or the movement itself. You may find some markings or numbers that indicate the model or the caliber of the movement. For example, BFG 866 is a common model of a Baumgartner watch movement that has a musical feature.

If you want to service or repair a Baumgartner watch movement, you will need some basic watchmaking tools and skills. You will also need to find the appropriate parts or replacements for your movement. You can use the current web page context as a reference for finding the right parts or replacements for your movement.