Poljot wrist watch – 18 jewels, with alarm clock
MADE IN USSR!
Beautiful vintage watch manufactured on 1st Moscow Watch Factory “POLJOT”
The watch is mechanical and does not need batteries to operate.
Original soviet “POLJOT” has mechanical lever movement and manual winding.
CASE SIZE 42x36mm(with crown)
LUG WIDTH 18mm
FUNCTIONS Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Alarm
Mechanical lever movement
Watch been fully serviced by a professional watchmaker and keeps good time.
Comes with NAGATA leather strap included!
Modes of payment:
- Credit Cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
Fast international shipping: ships from Ukraine with tracking number usually within the same business day!
About the watch factory
1st Moscow Watch Factory (1.MWF, renamed to POLJOT after 1964) – the biggest and oldest of soviet watch factories.
Russian watches have a rich and interesting history dating back over 80 years with the creation of the First Moscow Watch Factory, which today manufactures Poljot watches.
A highlight of Russia’s watch history came in 1961 when cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin took the first ever flight into space with a watch from the First Moscow Watch Factory.
POLJOT Brand History
Poljot watches are manufactured by the First Moscow Watch Factory. The factory began producing watches in 1930, and started using the Poljot brand name in 1961.
Poljot watches are higher-end Russian watches and cost more than most Russian watch brands. An average Poljot watch costs around $300. Some gold President-series Poljot watches sell for upwards of $10,000.
The Sturmanskie watch manufactured by the First Moscow Watch Factory has the distinction of being the first watch in space.
In 1966 the First Moscow Watch Factory was awarded the highest Soviet award, the Order of Lenin, for developing the national watch industry.
In 1992 the administration of the Russian president selected Poljot to be the rewarding watch from the President of the Russian Federation.
In recent years, the First Moscow Watch Factory scaled back production. Some of its equipment was purchased by Volmax, a Russian watch company launched by ex-Poljot employees. Volmax now uses the term “Poljot” for some of its watch movements.