MIG 29 Boardwatch AY-C-1M

SKU: AYC1M

MIG 29 Boardwatch AY-C-1M

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MIG 29 Boardwatch AY-C-1M

SKU: AYC1M
€365.00
Incl. 19% VAT, Excl. shipping
 Lieferzeit: 1-2 days
€365.00
Incl. 19% VAT, Excl. shipping
 Lieferzeit: 1-2 days

Movement: Caliber 46015


Case: aluminium


Dial: black


Diameter: 80 mm


Height: 69 mm

MIG 29 Boardwatch from Russian military stocks - unused and new!

Only a few copies available in this new condition - of course tested and re-oiled. Rarity!

Model AYC-1M

Same as the AYC-1, but with a small 30-minute counter and small minute hand at position "6"; The second hand of the stop function is located in the center of the large dial. When pressing on the right crown, the central second hand and the small minute hand of the lower counter stop. This model AYC-1M does not have a running second hand, which, like the model AYC-1 in the center, always runs together with the main work.

This russian aircraft in-flight chronograph - made in Chelyabinsk - is still used today in many aircraft and helicopters of the Russian Air Force.

If the russian military initially had to use an imported  clock with its "Le Coultre Chronoflight caliber 310-5321" for its aircrafts, the watchmakers of the former Soviet Union soon began producing their own Swiss-style clocks with a caliber of their own design.

This clock - Mod. AY C-1M has a  caliber with 26 jewels, monometallic screw balance, 18000 vibrations per hour, lever escapement, 2 barrels, seconds stop, chronograph function and at least 72 hours power reserve.

The second hand and the minute hand in the lower sub-dial are associated with the chronograph. The upper auxiliary dial serves as a flight hour counter and can also be used as an indicator for a second time zone.

The built-in temperature-controlled heating is supplied via two connections on the back of the clock with 27 volts operating voltage and works from <0 ° C.

This extremely resistant mounting clock is a real eye-catcher and does not necessarily have to be installed in just one MIG-29!

Delivery with instructions - but - sorry - without MIG29 aircraft ...

These clocks are stock items from Soviet military stocks - unused & rarely in this condition! The seals on the back of the clock are of course untouched!

These clocks are currently being manufactured in Russia - but at the current retailer purchase price starting at USD 1200.-

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