A Sellita, empresa suíça, diz-se agora capaz de fornecer em grandes quantidades dois calibres automáticos, um deles cronógrafo. Um excerto do artigo:
While the SW300 and SW500 aren't going to be carbon copies of the ETA movements, they are going to have the exact some dimension and functions. Sellita says that they will be the same quality as well, and considering the popularity of the SW200 in the market, they are likely not embellishing. The ETA 2892 is their three-hand with date "high grade" automatic movement, and the 7750 is the workhorse chronograph day/date automatic movement used by like a bazillion mechanical chronograph watches. The idea is that a SW300 or SW500 movement will fit in place of any 2892 or 7750 in a watch that was designed for them. This is important and Sellita wants brands to drop in their movements where an ETA movement used to sit.