It is missing its winding stem and is not ticking.
Movement looks nice for a quartz watch. You just got to love how Certina just stuck a sticker with their “own” calibre on, even thought it is an ESA movement.The dial is in excellent condition.The date mechanism looks good.After closer inspection I can see that the date corrector operating lever is broken.I borrow a stem from another movement and after testing see that the watch is running with a fairly low consumption of 2.58μA but there is dirt in the movement and the date mechanism is sluggish.I start by removing the coil cover. I just love the hand-soldered contacts.The circuit board and coil come out in one piece.Electronics out of the movement. This is moved to the side, as it will not go in the cleaning machine for obvious reasons.Here you can see the hacking lever switch.Gear train visible.All the parts cleaned and ready to be put back in place.Gear train back in place.I fit a new date corrector operating lever.Date mechanism moving freely again.The watch starts ticking when I fit a new battery. I have fitted a new stem with a proper Certina crown. The power consumption is now 2.48μA.Dial and hands back on the movement. The dial colour is actually a very dark brown and not black.The case has some battle scars, but the perfect dial makes up for it;)Not a bad looking quartz watch! All I need now is a Certina bracelet;)