pbtyper wrote:The instruction manual for Ronda chrono movement is CORRECT from my perspective. This is the Swiss manufacturer of the internal components of the watch. The Ronda movement is the "heart" of the watch. I also have what appears to be the same instruction booklet and it is directly applicable to the functioning of the watch provided. Sorry to hear you were disappointed. I got mine and it's decent, not great but you can't really get a GREAT watch for $255 I'm afraid. Anywho, glad you got taken care of by woot! I was a little wary of this one myself. I'm hanging on to mine because it seems to be in good working order thankfully.
Ummmmm - the World Time is not a chrono!?!? It would be awfully difficult to set this World Time using a Ronda movement direction book as the functions are fundamentally different. I have not seen a recent analog/digital component from Ronda vs, say, ISA who manufacturers the 9013 (the movement is also unlikely to be an ETA or Breitling caliber 7x) .... Just saying - but glad you're happy and found a way to make two different movements work the same way as if it was one.