First RED LED Digital Vintage USSR Wrist Watch Electronika E-1 Pulsar!

$174.95

Original soviet LED Digital Vintage USSR Wrist Watch Pulsar

MADE IN USSR!

Fast international shipping from Ukraine usually within the same business day

1 in stock

Add NATO Commander genuine leather strap with 10% discount:

 

Description

First RED LED Digital Vintage USSR Wrist Watch Pulsar

MADE IN USSR!

 

NII-Zavod Pulsar in Moscow started production of their LED display Elektronika-1 (model B6.03) which remained in production into the mid 1990s! The 4-digit LED shows hours and minutes with a short push of the button, and seconds with a long push, with day and date available at the push of another button.
It was made in several different case styles however the module is the same in all cases.

 

The Elektronika-1 is currently the most collectable of Soviet digitals.

 

Movement:
Quartz: Battery
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date

 

 

Watch been fully serviced by a professional watchmaker and keeps good time.

 

Comes complete with steel bracelet.

 

Modes of payment:

  • PayPal
  • Credit Cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
  • BDO bank deposits (for Philippines customers only)

First – let’s name the buttons.

On the right side of the watch starting from top to bottom:

  • A (raised button)
  • B (recessed button)
  • C (recessed button)
  • D (raised button)

On the left side of the watch,there is one recessed button – let’s call it X.

 

To set minutes: Press Button B

To set hours : Press Button C

To zero out seconds: Press Buttom X

To set date-day: Hold Button D and Press Button B

To set date-month: Hold Button D and Press Button C

Fast international shipping: this watch ships out from Ukraine (with tracking number) usually within the same business day!

Russian Digital Watches:
The first electronic digital watch seen in the USSR was probably one of the original Hamilton-Pulsars pre-ordered by Leonid Brezhnev. The effect of this watch on Soviet development policy relating to quartz watches can only be speculated upon, but it is clear that in the early digital era the Soviets were keen to stay as close to the technological bleeding-edge as was possible.

Elektronika-1a watch art photos

Elektronika-1a russian soviet watch