Ronda caliber 5040.D quartz movement

Ronda Caliber 5040.D

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Ronda caliber 5040.D quartz movement

Brand Ronda
Caliber Number 5040.D, 5040D
Type Quartz
Diameter 12 1/2”’ (28.60mm)
Height 4.40mm thick
Battery Cell Number 395
Claimed Battery Life 54 months
Jewels 13 for Swiss made (6 for Swiss parts)
Hacking Yes
Functions Hours, minutes, central chronograph seconds, small seconds at 3:00, 10 hour subdial at 6:00, 30 minute subdial at 9:00, date between 4:00 and 5:00
Country
Swiss parts, assembled in unknown (comment below)
Known Models
LIV Genesis X1, Invicta Subaqua Sport, TAG Heuer F1, Stuhrling Madman (Too many to list. Add yours to the comments below…)

The Ronda caliber 5040.D is a Swiss made quartz chronograph watch movement found in many luxury and microbrand watches.

Different Finishes, Jewel Counts

According to the Ronda website, there are two versions of this movement: a Swiss parts version with 6 jewels and nickel plated finish, and a 13 jewel version with gold plated finish.

Power Saving Feature

The battery is claimed to last about 54 months in normal conditions, but if you are not going to wear your watch for a while, the 5040.D has a power saving mechanism when the stem is pulled out stem (aka hacking function). Reduction of battery consumption approximately 70%. It is not advisable to leave the chronograph second hand running because it will drain the battery faster and put more wear and tear on the gears.

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Garry V.
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Garry V.

This movement is in my Tag can anyone tell me if it is actually any good? Please advice. Thank you.

Daniel
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Daniel

ola, é claro que é bom, excelente mecanismo japonês, manutenção fácil e barata.

Alberto
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Alberto

Isto é feito na Suíça. Não japonês.

This is Swiss made. not Japanese.

suzy
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suzy

I have a Ronda 5040d in my invicta 2144 very accurate never loses a second great movement.

Jack Daniel
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I own an Invicta 11706, big watch, good movement. I have no complains about it. I saw it from inside once. It has a gold finish. The problem with the watch is not on the movement, but the way Invicta encapsules it. The dials may fall if the watch is dropped. Probably because it is a heavy thing. Also, it has no month, no week calendar, its just that: hour, chronograph and day calendar. I wear the watch everyday, all day, shower, beach, doesnt matter the weather, and it is heavy duty.

Alaa
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Alaa

I wanna buy invecta venom 15466 and afraid to be chinese, it is with rond 5040d gold plated(13 jewels),
I wanna advice and howlong it will last without fail

Shawn
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Shawn

I am on my second Isobrite chronograph with Ronda 5040.D movement. On both, the minute counter on the chronograph skips 2 minutes for each minute elapsed. Armourlite says this is normal, but it does t seem right. Anyone else have this problem?

David Paul Horgan
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David Paul Horgan

Have this movement in my Invicta 90154.

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