0193SBL Agat Diverwatch 53mm
Movement: Vostok manual winding 2415 Automatic
Case: massive BRONZE
Dial: matt black
Diameter: 53 mm
Height: 16 mm
Back on stock again - very rare ! One of the most impressive watches from Russia!
New & Rare = massive BRONZE watchcase ! New = with sapphire crystal!
AGAT combat diver watch "193 ChS" Automatic. This is the version with the crown on the left side !
Russian handcrafted - a legend from the Urals, powered by the Russian Vostok automatic winding caliber 2415.
This is a reissue of the legendary combat diver's watch from the 60´ies.
The manufacturer is the company AGAT in Zlatoust in the Urals. In 1941 the 1.Moskauer Watch Factory named Kirova was evacuated from Moscow to Zlatoust, where production started in December 1941. The Agat factory is still the only manufacturer in Russia of mechanical stopwatches.
This is the second biggest version of the Agat combat diver's watch! The model "193" has a diameter of 53mm (with crown measured these are big 69mm), a height of 16 mm and a weight of 160 grams. Handcrafted from massive BRONZE!
The originals from the 60 'years had partially radioactive luminous material - the current production has certainly normal luminous numbers.
The crown cover protection is removable and attached to a chain. Black, matt dial - Sapphire crystal!
Vostok automatic caliber 2415 with 31 jewels, 19.800 halfrotations/hour and shock protection.
Comes with black leather strap (24mm bandwidth with screwed bolts ), papers and wooden watchbox.
Comes also with 1 additional high quality RIOS1931 Vintage leather strap , model "Oxford"!
See all Agat diver watches at the rubric "Agat Zlatoust" on my page!
Germany EUR: 5.-
Europe EUR: 10.- ( with DHL EXPRESS EUR: 25.- )
Worldwide EUR: 20.- ( with DHL EXPRESS EUR: 35.- )
Germany: 1 - 2 days ( no Express necessary )
Europe: 2 - 5 days ( depending on the country ) / with DHL EXPRESS 1 - 2 days
Worldwide: 4 - 14 days ( depending on the country ) / with DHL EXPRESS 1 - 4 days
The shipping is always insured and online tracking is possible !
Pic by Oskar Kampmann