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Poljot Cal.2614.2H - Carica Manuale/Data - 1970s - "Rare Chess Dial" Soviet Union Era"

Pre-owned () | Year of production 1972 | No original box | No original papers
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Basic Info

Listing code ISJUA6
Brand Poljot
Movement Manual winding
Year of production 1972
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location Italy, Capua
Price €95 (= $106) [Negotiable]
Availability Item is in stock


Movement Manual winding
Caliber/movement 2614.2H
Number of jewels 17
Frequency 21600 A/h


Case diameter 35.5 x 42 mm


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Beautiful poljot with checkerboard style dial.Watch made in Russia in the 'former Soviet Union since the 1960s.The case is chrome-plated and is closed by a steel pressure case back.
Dimensions "vintage"
Case diameter: 35.5mm (38mm including crown)
Height with lugs 42mm
Thickness 10.2mm
Lugs 18mm

Diameter excluding winding crown 35.5mm( 38mm including crown) Height with lugs 41.7mm
Thickness 9.3mm
Lugs 18mm

The movement is a Poljot 2614.2H with manual winding, 17 jewels, a frequency of 21,600 a/h and a power reserve of about 38 hours. (38mm including crown)

History: Since the 1960s and even today, Poljot watches have remained a benchmark in terms of mechanical watches . They have been exported to all communist-influenced countries and are considered among the most durable and hard-wearing in the world, a reliability that will lead to the brand being exported to the rest of the world since 1964 under the name Poljot. The Poljot brand (in Russian Полёт , theft) is one of the trademarks of the Moscow watch factory number 1 (in Russian Первый Московский Часовой Завод or 1MChZ) based in Moscow
.The Poljot brand has appeared since 1964. Moscow watch factory number 1 has not been produced since 2010. The Poljot brand disappeared on the same date. Owner Sergei Pugachev fled to London following embezzlement.

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