Soviet Sekonda (Raketa) quartz watch
By 1964, all major watch factories in the USSR had been reorganized and rebranded with an Anglicized name that better lent itself to international markets (prior brands were almost always written in Cyrillic).
This particular watch is manufactured on Petrodvortsovsky watch factory, USSR
The trade mark ‘SEKONDA’ is on the dial.
The watch has automatic quartz movement and operates on a single battery.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE October 08, 1991
CASE SIZE 42x38mm (with crown)
LUG WIDTH 18mm
FUNCTIONS Hours, Minutes, Seconds
Watch been through a recent service by a professional watch tech and keeps good time.
Comes with box, passport and NAGATA brown leather strap included.
This watch ships out from🇺🇦 Ukraine with tracking number
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About the watch factory
The Petrodvorets Watch Factory «Raketa» was founded by Peter the Great in 1721. Factory was producing wide range of items, including jewels for watches since 1930.
Factory was devastated during World War 2, restored in 1949 and was making “Pobeda”(Victory) and “Zvezda” watches. In 1954 renamed into Petrodvorets Watch Factory.
Since 1962 “Raketa” watches are produced which became the trade mark of the factory.
The Petrodvorets Watch Factory is one of the rare watch factories in the world that fully manufactures its own movements from A to Z, including hairspring and escapement.
Other band names produced on the factory include Baltika, Leningrad, Mayak, Neva, Pobeda, Raketa, Rossiya, Svet, Start.
Read more about on of few surviving soviet watch factories on factory’s website.