What movement in this Fossil Watch?

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    What movement in this Fossil Watch?

    I am interested in this Fossil watch but not sure what movement it is using. It looks like a SeaGull?

    https://www.fossil.com/uk/en/product...u-me3138p.html

    Would be interested to know more about the mechanics.

    Anyone know?

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    Re: What movement in this Fossil Watch?

    Yes it looks like some kind of Sea-Gull ST16. If you ask over on the Chinese forum, there might be somebody who can identify the exact calibre. The functions of the watch are not listed, but I would expect that the moon-looking thing is probably a day/night indicator rather than a moonphase.
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    Re: What movement in this Fossil Watch?

    Fossil now makes some of it’s own automatic movements in-house, labeled STP.

    This has an STP1-11 inside:

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    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f73/fa...l#post48047643

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    Re: What movement in this Fossil Watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by yankeexpress View Post
    Fossil now makes some of it’s own automatic movements in-house, labeled STP.

    This has an STP1-11 inside:

    In house? You sure? Or just re-branding.

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    Re: What movement in this Fossil Watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by yankeexpress View Post
    Fossil now makes some of it’s own automatic movements in-house, labeled STP.

    This has an STP1-11 inside:

    I was under the impression they'd given up on they're Swiss automatic watches, since they had to practically give away the ones they produced. People weren't willing to pay Tissot/Certina/Hamilton prices for a Fossil.

    Quote Originally Posted by tockandroll View Post
    In house? You sure? Or just re-branding.
    Since Fossil owns STP, I suppose it could be considered "in-house".
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