Strela Chronograph Agent 38mm - with metal- and leather strap - last pieces!

Delivery Time:
1-2 days

Caliber: Poljot 3133

Watchcase: Stainless steel polished / brushed

Dial: silver

Diameter: 38 mm

Height: 13 mm

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STRELA AG38CYM AGENT - one of the most elegant and decent watches from Strela!

Poljot caliber 3133 - with original Strela metal strap No. 9909 and RIOS1931 leather strap included.

This Strela 38mm model with mineral glass is actually completely sold out and has not been available for a long time.
We have now received another 10 last pieces from Moscow stocks - brand new, unworn and with a fresh service & test.
The delivery includes the RIOS1931 leather strap Louisiana Crocodile Calf (you can choose the color) and the original STRELA metal strap No. 9909 made of solid stainless steel. You can choose which strap should be installed when it is delivered.
My favorites: The STRELA chronographs are among the most beautiful Russian-made watches!
These Strela watches have the timeless design of the 50s and they are very comfortable to wear due to their size!
In the 1950s to 1970s, Poljot produced the Strela “switching wheel chronographs” with the caliber 3017, which are not only popular with collectors. Fortunately, Russia now remembers this past and laid out the design of these elegant and simple chronographs - now with a stainless steel case and the proven Poljot caliber 3133.
Strela = Russian for "arrow"

This is the Strela "agent"!
The housing has a diameter of 38 mm and a height of 13 mm. In contrast to the previous models without date, the new edition shows the date between the digits “4” and “5”; the standard glass shelf is screwed.
The hardened mineral gas is slightly curved and the "baguette" shaped pushers and the simple crown complete the 50s design!
Poljot Valjoux caliber 3133 with 23 jewels, 21,600 vibrations, shock protection and approx. 48 hours power reserve.
The dial is silver guilloche and has gold hands and gold Arabic numerals / indexes.
The old models were manufactured under the names Poljot, Sekonda and Strela, with a distinction being made between a higher quality version ("Class 1") for export and a Soviet Union version. These differences no longer exist today, but as a small reminder of the "old days" these dials were printed with the title "Class 1".
Supplied with Strela case, Strela metal strap and RIOS leather strap.
You can see all Strela Chronographs here: