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Details about  VINTAGE RUSSIAN POLJOT BUZZING ALARM SOVIET WATCH USSR CCCP RARE TIMEPIECE ☭

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VINTAGE RUSSIAN POLJOT BUZZING ALARM SOVIET WATCH USSR CCCP RARE TIMEPIECE ☭
VINTAGE-RUSSIAN-POLJOT-BUZZING-ALARM-SOVIET-WATCH-USSR-CCCP-RARE-TIMEPIECE
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Pre-owned: An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the condition
Brand:

POLJOT

Age:

Vintage (1971-1983)

Gender:

Men's

Movement:

Mechanical

Features:

Alarm

Display:

Analog

Band Material:

Leather

Metal Type:

Chrome plated metal

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Ladies and gentlemen!

 

Welcome to our auction! Up for sale 100% authentic vintage Soviet/Russian wristwatch made by world-famous brand«POLJOT»(Russian: Полёт, meaning:flight). This watch has been manufactured in  early 1970's  at the  First Moscow Watch Factory(FMWF) in the Soviet Union/USSR/СССР. It is a mechanical wind-up watch and is working very well and keeps correct time.  The alarm clock also works very well. The watchcase is silver in colour and made of chrome-plated metal. Unlike so many of the Russian watches on eBay this watch was made when Russia was the Soviet Union. It's not a modern copy. This is 100 % original top quality Soviet watch.  At the bottom of a dial  there is an inscription in Russian «MADE IN USSR». At the top  of dial  you can see  famous Russian brand  name«POLJOT» and «18 jewels» below.  2612.1 movement caliber is considered one of the best Soviet watch movements that were used in the Soviet «POLJOT» watches line. So this watch model is considered more valuable. The   watch has some signs of age/wear (please see actual photos below). This timepiece has been completely serviced by our professional watchmaker (oiling, cleaning, checking) and is in GREAT working order. The item comes with a brand new watchband as my modest gift for you. This watch will be great addition to your private collection or for daily use. It will also be a  perfect gift for yourself or your friends! Become the owner of this  Soviet timepiece and you will never regret about it! The diary isn't included in this auction! For decoration only.

 

 

 

Don't miss this rare item! Only 7 days of auction! No reserve!

 

 

 

 

 

100% Authentic - Guarantee!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please check out  our we have many other interesting RARE and OLD items from the former USSR (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and other Soviet republics). Everything we sell is original, unique & one of a kind.

 

 

 

 

 

Buy more - save more! We provide combined shipping for multiple items!

 

 

 

 

 

Note: If you buy more than one watch, the shipping cost per additional watch will cost only $3. But no more than $20. For example if you buy three watches, the shipping cost will be only $16 = $10 + $3 + $3. But if you buy more watches, the shipping cost will be no more than $20. For example if you buy seven watches, the shipping cost will be $10 + $3 + $3 + $3 + 1$ + free + free = $20 etc. All our items we ship via Registered Airmail only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GREAT WORKING ORDER!!!

 

 

 
   

This wristwatch has been completely serviced by the professional watchmaker in January, 2012

 
 

         Every detail is checked;
           
        Every detail is cleaned;

   Every detail is oiled;

 

 

 

 

 
   

   

 

   

 

   

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Brand : POLJOT

   

Gender : Men`s

   

Style: wristwatch

   

Date of produced: 1970's

   

Movement : top quality Soviet mechanical movement, manual winding, 18 Fine Ruby Jewels

   

Movement Caliber : 2612.1 SU / marked as a  SU = Soviet Union

   

Нands : 4 central hands (hours, minutes,  seconds and alarm clock small hand)

   

Case : chrome-plated  metal

   

Case dimensions ( not including the crowns/winders) : 34 mm x 36 mm

   

Crystal : acrylic

   

Stainless steel back

   

Country of origin : USSR/CCCP/Russia

   

Watchband : brand new(comes as a GIFT)

   

Condition :  please see actual photos below

 
 

 

 

 

   Auction includes:   1 «Poljot»  watch ;

 

 

 

 

    Dear friends!  In my you can find a lot of  nice Soviet watches such as Poljot-Alarm, Amphibian, Vostok-Komandirskie, Raketa 24-hour etc... Thanks for visiting!!!    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 USSR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Moscow Watch Factory

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poljot (Russian: Полёт, literally meaning "flight"), is a brand of watches from Russia(USSR), produced since 1964 by the First Moscow Watch Factory. It produced many historical watches used in many important space missions including world's first space watch worn by Yuri Gagarin.

Founded in 1930 under orders from Stalin, the First State Watch Factory (Russian: Первый Государственный Часовой Завод - 1ГЧЗ) was the first Serious Soviet watch and mechanical movement manufacturer. Via its USA-based trading company Amtorg, the Soviet government bought the defunct Ansonia Clock Company of Brooklyn, New York in 1929, and the Dueber-Hampden Watch Company of Canton, Ohio. It moved twenty-eight freight cars full of machinery and parts from the USA to Moscow in order to establish the factory. Twenty-one former Dueber-Hampden watchmakers, engravers and various other technicians helped to train the Russian workers in the art of watchmaking as part of the Soviet's First Five-Year Plan. Interestingly, the movements of very-early products were still stamped "Dueber-Hampden, Canton, Ohio, USA" (examples of these watches are very collectible today). In 1935 the factory was named after the murdered Soviet official Sergei Kirov.

As the Germans closed in on Moscow in 1941, the factory was hurriedly evacuated to Zlatoust (Russian: Златоу?ст). By 1943 the Germans were in retreat, and the factory moved back to Moscow, adopting the "First Moscow Watch Factory" name (Russian: Первый Московский Часовой Завод - 1МЧЗ).

In 1947 the first wrist watches under the brand name "Pobeda" and the first Marine Chronometers and Deck watches are produced. By 1951 the production of wrist watches increases to 1.1 million. In 1975 new machinery and equipment for manufacturing complex watches are imported from Switzerland. The first chronograph "Okean" (caliber 3133) is produced for the space station "Sojuz-23."

In 1990 production of watches and clocks reaches 5 million pieces and in 1991 the international award "Golden Trophy for Quality" is awarded in Madrid. In 1992-1994 the new brand "Poljot-V GmbH" or "Poljot-International" is set up with headquarters in Kahl, Germany in order to market and distribute "Poljot" watches to the West. "Poljot International" is a separate company from the original Moscow brand with its watches completely produced in Germany.

 

 

1st MWF watches in Space

 

On April 12th 1961 Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space. During his historic flight he wore a Shturmanskie pilots wristwatch (a transliteration of Штурманские which actually means "Navigator"). This watch was not specially commissioned for the flight, they were standard issue to all air force pilots at the time. The success of the mission however lead to the factory being awarded the Poljot (Russian: Полет) name in 1964.

 

In 1965 cosmonaut Alexei Leonov wore a FMWF Strela (transliteration of СТРЕЛА, which actually means "Arrow") chronograph during his historic first space walk, thus cementing Poljot's place in space history. As with Gagarin's first flight, Leonov's watch was not specially commissioned. The Strela replaced the Shturmanskie as the standard issue pilots watch. In the late 1970s, the Strela itself was replaced by a new breed of chronographs based around the (then new) 3133 movement (a Russian variation of the Swiss Valjoux 7734). Poljot 3133-based watches continued where their predecessors left off and were taken into space by cosmonauts from Russia, France, Germany and Ukraine. On the hand of cosmonaut V.V. Polyakov, a Poljot 3133-based watch set a space record for the longest space flight in history.

 

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