0192R Agat Zlatoust Stainless steel Diverwatch 60mm
Movement: Vostok manual winding 2409 A
Case: massive stainless steel
Dial: matt black
Diameter: 60 mm
Height: 17 mm
Just arrived back on stock from Russia - very rare!!
Rarity - one of the most impressive watches from Russia!
With original Diver strap
New improved edition with sapphire crystal!
See in this video the production of these diver watches by AGAT Zlatoust: https://youtu.be/8NuFIJ_7zYc
AGAT combat diver watch "192 ChS"
Russian handcrafted - a legend from the Ural, powered by the Russian Vostok manual winding caliber 2409 A.
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 largest watch from Agat - the model "192" with a diameter of 60mm (measured with crown this is fabulous 77mm!), a height of 17mm and a weight of as much as 250 grams! Handcrafted from the difficult to form, but best stainless steel!
The originals from the 60 'years had partially radioactive luminous material - the current production has normal luminous numbers.
The crown protection cover is removable and attached to a chain. Black, matt dial - Sapphire crystal.
Vostok manual winding caliber 2409 A with 17 jewels, 19.800 halfrotations, shock protection and 40 hour power reserve.
Supplied with special rubber strap , Agat wooden watchbox and papers.
See all diver watches by AGAT here = https://www.poljot24.de/en/agat.html
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