Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H - is this movement worthy?

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    Confused Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H - is this movement worthy?

    Hi ,

    the movement in question is a - Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H

    i was looking for information on this particular movement, but other than some very limited technical information- there is not much personal review\information about this movement or a watch housing this movement.

    is that a reliable movement?

    i know it's not a high-end movement (probably), but how good is it ?

    the GMT feature works as it should ?


    i wonder if anyone here had experience with a watch with this movement or similar installed.

    any input is highly appreciated.

    many thanks!

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    Re: Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H - is this movement worthy?

    An old thread here: https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=60962

    Some ebay seller say it is a high quality swiss quartz movement. That is doubtable at least.

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    Re: Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H - is this movement worthy?

    May not be a great movement but they have a really informative website 515.24H

    Anyway I don't think it's fair to just assume it's junk.

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    Re: Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H - is this movement worthy?

    It's not too bad, midrange quality quartz. It's far superior to what ETA has in the same functionality department, the 805.161.

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    Re: Ronda GMT Cal.515.24H - is this movement worthy?

    Quote Originally Posted by skoochy View Post
    It's not too bad, midrange quality quartz. It's far superior to what ETA has in the same functionality department, the 805.161.

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    I agree.I believe the older Ronda movements are somewhat better especially the way they are installed in older Invicta watches.

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