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The Calibre 4130 Chronograph Movement Was First Introduced In 2000 In The 116520 The 4130 Replaced The Calibre 4030, A Zenith El-Primero Based Movement Found In The Previous 116520 Removing The Cal. 4130 Movement Removing The Hands And Dial Disassembling The Dial Side The 4130 Can Be Differentiated From The 4030 By The Running Seconds Hands at Six O'Clock Instead Of Nine Removing The Auto Work Developed In-House By , The 4130 Surpasses The 4030 Efficiency, Accuracy And Serviceability, For The Following Reasons: Removing The Chronograph Mechanism 1. The 4130 Uses A Vertical Clutch, Which Reduces Starting Jitter. This Vertical Clutch Is Serviceable; Many Others Aren't Removing The Mainspring Removing The Balance 2. The Mainspring Can Be Replaced In-Situ. This Is One Of Many Features Designed To Speed Up Servicing Times Removing The Going Train 3. The 4130 Uses 20% Fewer Parts Than The 4030, With Many Of Them Standardised To Reduce Part Variation Cleaning The Movement 4. The Winding Mechanism Of The 4130 Is Nearly Twice As Efficient, And The Power Reserve Is Up From 54 Hours To 72 Reassembling The Daytona The 4130 Is A Landmark In Chronograph Design And One Of The World's Most Celebrated Movements.

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