Fossil CH2565 movement origin?

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    Fossil CH2565 movement origin?

    Hi,

    I bought my self a Fossil watch thinking it was a high-ish quartz quality watch movement, sold by a good looking sales guy.
    (Since Casio Edifice good quartz movements sold at this price range i assumed Fossil can't be that bad.)
    but after i inspected that watch over some time, i found it felt cheap (Chinese Rolex feeling).
    Also i couldn't find any information about the movement origin or production country or assembly country.
    which raised my red flags about the watch maker.
    the store i bought the watch from is a respected importer and no issues with fake or reused watches.

    I will be grateful if some one could put some light on the mystery of the moment origin or in general on the brand name.

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    Re: Fossil CH2565 movement origin?

    Fossil uses mostly decent(Miyota) and some very nice ISA quartz movements. I have fossils over twenty years old that function as they did back then. Fossil has a very broad range and their warranty service I've used was excellent.
    Thank you, I'm flattered, but, please don't click any "Likes" for me (unless there's a prize for "most likes")?

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    Re: Fossil CH2565 movement origin?

    Quote Originally Posted by J.D.B. View Post
    Fossil uses mostly decent(Miyota) and some very nice ISA quartz movements. I have fossils over twenty years old that function as they did back then. Fossil has a very broad range and their warranty service I've used was excellent.
    the question was aimed at my CH2565 watch, what movement this watch is using?
    Where was it made?

    I know Fossil is also selling a well known Swiss movement they bought but i don't own one.

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    Re: Fossil CH2565 movement origin?

    Sorry, Miyota in that one. JS25. I have that one in a couple of mine.
    Thank you, I'm flattered, but, please don't click any "Likes" for me (unless there's a prize for "most likes")?

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