Seiko Watch Oiling Points

Lubrication plays an extremely important role in maintaining watch precision and smoothness, in preventing parts wear, and in supporting the watches waterproof function. Additional complications, such as automatic winding, calendar, chronograph, alarm, and so forth, are greatly diversified. To sufficiently and smoothly actuate these comparatively complex functions, correct lubrication methods are essential.

We have reviewed countless Seiko Watch Lubrication manuals to bring you the following watchmaker movement oiling guides:

Mens Seiko Watch Movements

Seiko Oiling Points FAQ

Oiling a watch is a process of applying lubricants to the moving parts of the watch mechanism to reduce friction, wear and tear, and improve accuracy and longevity.

Seiko Watch Oil S-2 is used to lubricate the slipping attachments of the automatic winding mainspring without a black ring mark on the barrel cover.

Moebius Natural Grease 8200 or Moebius Natural Grease 8300 are suitable alternatives.

Seiko Watch Oil S-3 is used to lubricate the slipping attachments of the automatic winding mainspring with a black ring mark on the barrel cover.

Moebius Natural Grease 8200 / Moebius Natural Grease 8300 are suitable alternatives.

Seiko Watch Oil S-4 is use on automatic winding mechanisms, setting mechanisms and so forth.

Moebius Synthetic Grease 9501 or Moebius Synthetic Grease 9504 (Ideally) or Moebius Microgliss D-5 / Moebius Synt-HP-1300 9104 (as an alternative) are suitable alternatives.