TRASER 3105 S, 2005

The Battery lasted an amazing 4 Years in this Ronda Movement...
not counting the months/years it had been in the shop. Very impressive indeed. There is a black plastic cover over the movement and I could not find any movement number upon inspection. Please have a look at the close-up of the movement with the battery removed.
In case you wondered what the yellow stuff is inside the 12 o'clock end-link: it is Blu-Tack, the famous Australian sticky stuff to mount anything from posters to watches. If I am not wearing the Traser, I am keeping it stuck in an upright position around the house. Why? Because I want to make use of the Tritium vials (tubes). They will start to fade out in ca. 10 to 12 years and will need replacement. Therefore I keep the watch outside where I can always have a glimpse at it; during all lighting conditions.