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  1. Hi, here are my new incomes. Wostok Compressor reissue: and "Slava-Amphibian-style" forum project: With it's predecessor: Regards, Miro.
  2. Hi, Month ago I spotted on Ali-you-know-where a watch with dual balance movement. I asked myself how it works. I had read about Seagull's twin tourbillon that there was some very complex system of "averaging" the tourbillon cartridges to increase the accuracy - one compensates the other, and vice versa. Well, then I was short of about 35 000 USD to buy it . So I wondered if this one isn't something similar. In addition I was attracted by the size of the movement - I like when the watch is big, it's with a big movement, it's funny to see a 44 mm. watch with a date window in the middle be
  3. Hi, About the SL6601 - let me show my Chinese sub-forum watch, project 2016, variant "Classic". Due voting three variants were selected for production. They are so different, that I'd say they are three different models, than variants of one model (like previous projects, where the difference was only in color of the dial) All they are equipped with Liaoning Peacock SL6601. It's a new movement, larger than usual (36 mm). All the watches with larger cases, but with smaller calibers, suffer the 'strange' date window position, too far from the edge. Here the date windo
  4. I mean you have to pull and release the crown. Each pull and release increases the date number. Regards, Miro.
  5. This movement (Raketa 2628) has a quick date set. You pull the crown, when you want to set the time. You need to pull it a little more, and it will change the date. Regards, Miro.
  6. Last night in a Russian forum this Strela: with broken balance pivot... was sold for.... !!! 82 000 rubl. !!! ( ~ £940 !!! ) Regards, Miro.
  7. And another not so common watch: Regards, Miro.
  8. Here's one not so common Wostok with movement 2427 (day and date): Regards, Miro.
  9. Well, it's not a "new" income, but with these new dresses it looks like new I succeed to buy NOS dial for 30j Poljot Amphibian, relumed hands, swapped a NOS bezel from other: Of course, a wristshot: And with 'the old' one: Regards, Miro.
  10. Just for fun - torn the dial 180 degrees. No need to cut the dial feet, as they are diametral opposite. As I didn't have gilt Amphibia hands, I put Komandirskie set, but looks nice though Regards, Miro.
  11. Well, this is not Russian SLAVA 'СЛАВА', but Chinese 'CJIABA'
  12. The pusher is for the quick-date-change. As there's no quick-day of the week-change, the setting should be in this order: 1. Adjust the day of the week, just like adjusting time - every time the time pass 24 hours, the day changes 2. Adjust the correct time 3. Adjust the date with the pusher. This movement has a feature - under the dial is a "fixing" disc with a special slot, exactly where the base of the lever is: Here is the lever without the fixing disk: And here it is how it should be under the dial: Very often a watchmaker, who isn
  13. Todays income looks better, doesn't it? And one more Raketa: And one interesting movement, prepared to become a rarity. It's a 17 jeweled Poljot 2609, from the first batch. The first 100 000 (serials with 0 in front) movements are produced with different jewel of the escape wheel. Also the dial fixes with screws from the back of the movement (like old pocket watches). I've seen till now only one watch with such movement. Regards, Miro.
  14. No, unfortunately this is 'after' condition. Here there are the seller's pictures 'before': Regards, Miro.
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