SHOP - FOR SALE

If you are interested on some particular watch from my collection which it is not marked as SOLD but is not listed here as available for sale, feel free to contact me! Watch might be available for sale!

Japanese Miyota 8215 automatic movement. 

Sapphire glass, Black PVD stainless steel case

Rubber strap

Diameter 46mm

200 m water resistance

Limited edition 500 pcs.

As new condition.

Comes with box and papers.

Raketa renewed it's production arround 2015 by launching the watches with it's renewed automatic movement 2615. One of the first watches in new collection was also Amphibia. Amphibia was produced in three versions (reference numbers 252, 254 and 356). This watch has a reference number 0254, and this reference number is the only one which is not produced anymore (252 and 256 still exist in Raketa's offer).

It's a diver's watch dedicated to raketa's Amphibia watch from late sixties. All technical details are shown in the warranty card (please see pictures).

Watch is in as new condition, worn just several times and as you can see comes with all boxes, papers and stamped warranty card.

For sale is this vintage example of CHCHZ (Vostok)Type I watch. Due to it's specific shape of the case, this type of watch is also known as a "sauce pan" watch. 

Watch has a Type I movement, which was soviet first watch movement. But this one was already produced by CHCHZ (latter known as Vostok) company. 

Those type of watches were most common watches of the soviet army during the WWII.

Watch has fixed lugs, military type leather strap is attached. As a whole watch also the strap shows serious signs of use what gives the watch very unique vintage old fashioned look.  

Diameter of the watch is 42mm. It runs very good and is surprisingly accurate.

Very rare finding!

NO BOX, NO PAPERS, NO STRAP.

Titanium black PVD case size 49x52mm,

Three independent movements, two quartz ETA 901.001 and one automatic ETA 2671 

Strap is leather lined fabric and in used condition, but still wearable.

Limited to 999 pieces. 

This one was purchased in 2019

Some minor schratches on the case, glass is clear.

For sale is this vintage example of 1GCHZ Type I watch. 1GCHZ stands for First state watch company, that was the first soviet watch company. In the late 1930's company was renamed to First Moscow watch company, and in late 1960's this company has become known as Poljot. So this watch is dated to late 1920's early 1930's

Watch has a Type I movement, which was soviet first watch movement. Originaly this watch was a pocket watch which was latter transformed to wrist watch. That is why the dial is rotated, 12 o'clock is placed to standard 2 o'clock position.

Watch has fixed lugs, that is why a Nato textile strap is added to the watch. 

Diameter of the watch is 48mm. In very nice condition for it's age. It also runs very good and is surprisingly accurate.

Very rare finding!

NO BOX, NO PAPERS, NO STRAP.

For sale is this very attractive and unusual chronograph with hand winding 3133 movement (probably made by Maktajm) from the company Pilot (do not be misleaded, this is not a Poljot brand!). 

Trade mark Pilot is owned by Juri Levenberg, who after the fall of the Soviet Union moved to Munich (Germany) and there he started with the importting and selling russian watches all over the world through ebay platform. His Sammler catalogs of russian watches are presented in the Books section. From strictly sale business he step by step moved to designing and producing his own watches with the Pilot brand (which of course assosiate to Poljot since in russian language Poljot is written as Polet, so small difference). Where the actual production of this watches are held is unknown to me. 

This model imitates the bord of the famous Mig USSR fighter airplane. Instead of standard pushers you can see that the wings are used. Watch is rotated for 90 degrees so that all controls are on the top of the watch. Winding is a bit unpractical.

The watch is in excellent condition, no scratches.

Diameter of the watch is 44mm, original pilot type leather strap with pin buckle is added and is in unworn condition as well.

 

NO box, no papers, but leather watch pouch signed by Pilot is added.

For sale is this Aviator Sikorsky chronograph with 3133 Poljot hand winding movement. Igor Sikorsky was the inventor who invented helicopter. His first helicopter was launched in 1940. 

Watch has some very light scratches on the case. Otherwise in very good condition, all functions work fine.

Diameter of the watch is 41mm but big (long) pushers gives impression that the watch is bigger.

 

Watch comes on it's original black strap and with original box but no papers.

For sale is this Maktajm chronograph with 31677 hand winding movement with day/date complication. 

Company Maktajm was established by the group of ex. Poljot employess in 2005 after the Poljot final closing. Maktajm bought from Poljot all production of 3133 movement (the production line, stocks, and parts). Even though Maktajm produced also it's own watches, movement 3133 was Maktajm's main product which was distributed also to all other companies which were interested to produce 3133 chronograps. Maktajm developed also some additional complications to 3133 such as 31679 with moonphase, 31681 with 24h complication, 31677 with the day of the week. It is believed that production of 3133 and it's modifications stopped in 2011 but that is hard to believe due to many watch models that were issued far later and used still 3133 movement.

Day/date complication (31677 movement) it by far the rarest version in 3133 family. I believe Maktajm developed this version at the very end of 3133 production. Even though I tried hard, I was not able to find any other watch  of any other company with this version of the movement.

Watch case is made of titanium! Bezel rotates one directional with 60 clicks.

Watch is in mint condition, no scratches. All functions work fine.

Diameter of the watch is 42mm. 

Watch comes on it's original black strap with deployant clasp which is in almost new condition (see pictures). 

No box, no papers.