Strela Chronograph Kosmodrome 42mm
Caliber: Poljot 31681
Watchcase: brushed stainless steel
Lug to Lug width: 51mm
Strela Kosmodrome 42mm Стрела Космодром
Strela Chronograph Kosmodrome KODR42CYB - Poljot caliber 31681
This Strela Chronograph Kosmodrome with the model name KODR42CYB has a black PID-coated ( will not fade! ), solid stainless steel case.
The detailed and well manufactured watchcase has a diameter of 42mm (with crown 44,8mm - lug to lug width 51mm), an overall height of 14mm, weight incl. leather strap 90 grams and a bandwidth of 22mm.
The baguette-like shaped push buttons and the entire design is similar to the famous Soviet Strela Column-wheel-chronographs of the 60ies.
A slightly curved, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal offers a clear view on the black, cyrillic lettered Strela Kosmodrome dial.
Tachymeterscale & telemeterscale - luminous hands and luminous hour markers. Date indicator at "12".
Additional 24-hour indicator at position "6". ( Caliber 31681)
The crystal back is screwed, inscribed in cyrillic at the edge of the crystal and engraved on the side with the limitation number.
Very special: Poljot caliber 31681 with blued screws! This caliber - built in Moscow - is known for its robustness - it features 25 jewels, 21,600 halfrotations/hour , shock protection, an additional 24.hour display and about 48 hours power reserve.
Especially this Poljot 31681 caliber is becoming increasingly rare and it is almost completely sold out in Russia!
The delivery is with watchbox and Strela leather strap.
In addition, I include a high-quality l RIOS1931 leatherstrap model "St. Petersburg", available in black, light brown or dark brown
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