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Ronda caliber 515 quartz movement

Ronda Caliber 515

Ronda caliber 515 quartz movement

BrandRonda
Caliber NumberRonda 515
LinePowertech 500
TypeQuartz
Size11 1/2”’ x 3mm thick
Diameter26.20mm
Battery Cell Number371 (1.5 V)
Claimed Battery Life45 months
Jewels1
HackingYes
FunctionsHours, minutes, central seconds, date
Country
Swiss parts, assembled in unknown (comment below)
Known Models
Luminox 3900

According to the Ronda website, this caliber features:

  • Repairable metal watch movement
  • Power saving mechanism with pulled out stem: Reduction of consumption approximately 70%
  • Interchangeability: All versions 11½”’ with same movement height 3.00 mm and stem height 1.50 mm
  • Very powerful stepping motor

There are several caliber 515 based quartz movements by Ronda, for example the caliber 515.24H. There are Swiss Made and Swiss Parts versions available. Both are nickel plated metal, both have 1 jewel. Ronda documentation claims an accuracy of -10/+20 seconds per month.

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Steve Lobell
Steve Lobell
• 3 years ago

Hello, can I buy a 515hh6 for my Luminox 3054?
Thank you

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• 3 years ago

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Tony G.
Tony G.
• 2 years ago

This movement is also in my victorinox Swiss army original.

Jonny
Jonny
• 2 years ago

Hi Does anyone know what the HH^ is on the Ronda 515 HH6 caliber movement? I saw it listed like that on a Luminox watch. Thanks in advance for the answers.

Heiner Klaus
Heiner Klaus
• 2 years ago

Botta, a german brand, has the 515.24H in their new TRES 24 PLUS. See https://www.botta-design.de

Bobbo
Bobbo
• 2 years ago

It’s also in some of the Invictas, including the model 1329.

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Russell
Russell
• 1 year ago

This movement is also in Armourlite Field Series watches.

Karl Carrigan
Karl Carrigan
• 1 year ago

I have a ronda 515 in one of my ingersol gems pilot watches, can’t get it to start after battery change… Does the battery orifice have any insulation disc in it? Can’t find a view of one without the battery in place, anyone know/help?

R. Nankee
R. Nankee
• 1 year ago

I had a similar problem. Watch ran for 10 hours after assembly then quit. Battery is good, ground good. Maybe a broken oscillator as it was dropped previously. Wii have to replace monement.

Ruud F. de Graaf
Ruud F. de Graaf
• 1 month ago

Yes, it has an insulation disc. Just look at the exploded view of the similar 513 type on https://calibercorner.com/ronda-caliber-513s. I have the same problem with 2 Mexx watches with cal. 515. After battery replacement dead as a doornail. Nothing unusal happened with these watches. Inconceivable…

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• 1 year ago

[…] 15 mm (0.6 in) Weight: 120 g *MOVEMENT* Swiss made Ronda 515-24 Quartz movement ( [More info](Ronda Caliber 515 Watch Movement | CaliberCorner.com) ) Approx. 3-year battery life 1 Jewel *LENS* Sapphire crystal with AR coating […]

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• 1 year ago

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• 11 months ago

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• 2 months ago

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John Painter
John Painter
• 2 months ago

This is the movement used the LL Bean branded “Self-Illuminating Sport Watch”. I have one that I’m the original owner and it works flawlessly. I recently purchased one with faulty movement and am replacing with this Ronda 515 movement. The watches are a private label build by Seattle Watch Company. The watches are popular and currently sold out at LL Bean. https://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/53812?page=self-illuminating-sport-watch

rich
rich
• 2 months ago

is there a better movement of the same size.

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• 1 month ago

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Ruud F. de Graaf
Ruud F. de Graaf
• 1 month ago

I own 2 Mexx watches which uses this movement. I have only manage once a restart of a watch by battery replacement Know both are liveless after battery replacement. A very frustating experience I must say… I’am trying to find information how to measure the electronics because I’am very curious to know what the reason is of this phenomenon.

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Jerome
Jerome
• 1 month ago

This happened to me before. It turns out the “new” battery was bad. Are you sure your batteries are good? Be sure not to accidentally short them out while installing. Other things to check are: corrosion on battery terminals, make sure the isolator is there and in good condition, make sure battery is in the right direction, don’t open a dirty watch or junk can jam up the gears.