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day: set by +/-24h
date: quickset by reverse setting
10.5''', Dm= 23.3mm, Do= 23.7mm
(dial spacer +0.1mm)
f = 18000 A/h
power reserve 41h
Balance staff U3254
Mainspring / battery
Zf1035, 1.40 x 10.0 x 0.10 x 360mm
1.80 x 1.30 x 0.20mm
Comments about the data
stem mechanism without setting-lever spring
strange: train and hand gear separately driven by the barrel (cf. Ronda 9011)
pin lever / Swiss lever:
1x11/1x31: manual, no second
1x13/1x33: manual, sweep second
1x15/1x35: manual, sweep second, date
1x16/1x36: auto, sweep second
1x17/1x37: manual, sweep second, day, date
1x18/1x38: auto, sweep second, date
1x19/1x39: auto, sweep second, day, date
1x21/1x41: manual, sweep second, digital display
1x23/1x43: manual, sweep second, alarm
1x26/1x46: auto, sweep second, digital display
1x66/1x86: auto, digital display incl. second
suffix -21: 21600A/h
Swiss-lever movements normally have the singature RAX under the balance, but some also RL like the pin levers.
Not all variants were actually made. Only those are listed, which are actually known or contained in current registers.
Example, year: signature; shock device
ca. 1970: RL, C2, Delaware Watch Co, Swiss, 17 Jewels; Incabloc
(Ronda 1233-21, 21600A/h, 12''')
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