Poljot Chronograph Ozean / OKEAN - Poljot 3133 - Last pieces!
Movement: Caliber Poljot 3133
Case: stainless steel polished
Diameter: 39,5 mm
Height: 14 mm
Lug to Lug width: 45 mm
The legendary Poljot OKEAN Chronograph!
Last pieces available now!
One of the most famous russian watches at all and one of my alltime favorite watches !
This extremely rare Poljot Chronograph OCEAN / OKEAN honours the famous Poljot "OCEAN" Chronograph from the 1980´ies.
It features the same design of the case and dial - the square polished-brushed stainless steel case with 39 mm diameter has a screwed crystal back and a hardened mineral crystal. Lug to Lug width is 45mm.
The inner movable lunette can be turned by the additional crown at position "9".
It is powered by the well known and reliable Poljot caliber 3133 ( 23 jewels, 48 hours power reserve, 21.600 half rotations/hour and shock-protection ). The silver-blue "OCEAN" dial has luminous indexes, luminous hands and a red secondstopper hand.
Bandwidth 20 mm. 3ATM waterproof.
Limited to only 300 pieces. Including Traveller Etui.
This watch comes with crystal back - the decorated closed back comes aside, too!
You can vary the look of the watch, as we include these following straps:
- RIOS1931 Buffalo leather Montana, black with white stitches
- RIOS1931 Louisiana Crocodile Calf in blue
- RIOS1931 Wave real shark strap in blue with white stitches
For metal straps, I recommend the accessoire straps below.
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Germany EUR: 5.-
Europe EUR: 10.- (including DHL Express Upgrade!)
Worldwide EUR: 20.- (including DHL Express Upgrade!)
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
If you order from outside the european union, you will get the export prices in our shop automatically, once you entered your adress at the checkout!
The shipping is always insured and online tracking is possible !
Pic by Oskar Kampmann