I have several watches of this brand. First row are watches with swiss movements: AS Sixtythree Black (limited to just 5 pieces) with Selitta SW300 movement, Deep Ding 2 with Selitta SW200, Yellowmatic automatic chronograph with Swiss DD2030 movement (ETA 2824 with DD chrono module) and AS levels with two ETA 2671 movements. The second row are alarm watches, which are also presented in Alarm/Poljot section so Tschaikovsky alarm watch and Glocker. Next watches are Lucky 2-8, Vintage 7 and Vintage 4 - Karo, which are all powered by Poljot 2614 family movements. Next row consists of watches driven by Poljot 3133 family movements Neva and Square&Round. The last row is Equa with Vostok 24h movement.
So from my collection you can see that AS really uses a lot of very different movements, old USSR movements are quite often a choice.