Ronda Caliber 5130.D Quartz Watch Movement

Ronda Caliber 5130.D

Ronda Caliber 5130.D Quartz Watch Movement

Brand Ronda
Caliber Number Ronda 5130.D
Type Quartz
Size 12 1/2”’ x 4.40mm thick
Diameter 28.60mm
Battery Cell Number 395
Claimed Battery Life 48 months
Jewels 13 (Swiss parts variant has 6 jewels)
Hacking Yes
Functions Hours, minutes, small seconds, chronograph central seconds, 30 minutes counter, 12 hour counter, date, alarm
Country
Switzerland (Swiss parts version also available)
Known Models
Luminox Field Chronograph

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.

 

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4 years ago

[…] Ronda 5130.D comes with the additional alarm. 11 millimeters thick, so great dressy chronograph. The only […]

John R
John R
4 years ago

I own a Victorinox Chrono Classic XLS (model 241282) that uses this movement. I’ve had absolutely no problems with it for the 6+ years I’ve owned the watch. It keeps accurate time, with a nice 12 hour chronograph. The only downside is that the alarm function is very complicated to use easily, or on a regular basis. Other than that, it seems to be a great movement.

Manuel Rivas
Manuel Rivas
2 years ago

También la tiene el Mulco Nefesh

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Paul
Paul
5 months ago

Does this movement have an end of life battery indication?
Thanks,
Paul

keepthetime
Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Hi Paul, the 5130.D does not have an EOL system. Did your watch stop running?

Paul
Paul
5 months ago

No, I just picked up a gently used Gavox Squadron LE with this movement. Was just looking for some information. I think the battery is new enough but I was curious. Thank you very much for your reply!!

keepthetime
Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  Paul

It’s a pleasure. Congrats on your new watch!

Mersin33
Member
2 months ago

Tembos diye bir ikinci el saat aldım ama İnternete herhangi bir bilgi bulamadım mekanizma ise 5030.0 ona en yakın mekanizma 5030.D çıkıyor fikri olan varmı teşekkür

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Mersin33
Member
2 months ago

First of all, hello everyone, I agree from Turkey. I bought a watch called Tempos. Its mechanism is stated as 5030.0, but I have not come across any brand called tempos on the internet. Does anyone have information? Thank you.

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