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  1. Hi everyone, first post here. I recently purchased a Poljot mechanical automatic TV-dial watch but it's currently out of order- the automatic spindle has died and I need to source another to get it back into operation. Is there a UK based specialist who I could contact and possibly obtain this part from? This model dates from the early 80s. I'm having trouble posting photos here but I do have images with the back removed displaying the part that needs replacing (including serial number) Is there anyone who could point me in the right direction? Many thanks in advance for your su
  2. Just arrived via DHL, the 2801 Poljot Chronograph Journey (Cal: Poljot 31681) Again came with extra straps and fee biscuits. Picture really doesn't do it justice, silver dial really looks good in the daylight.
  3. A full manufactured automatic Russian Raketa watch that was successfully selling a year ago for USD 1600 is now available for the ones counting in dollars for USD 819. While a Swiss made automatic time keeper sold in Russia, during the same period increased its price from 51 000 Russian rubles to 154 000. It is now time for foreigners that may have hesitated a year ago, to buy a legendary Russian manufactured watch, as they purchasing power increase along with ruble depreciation.
  4. Hello, hello As you might know I have been trying to sell my Seiko Presage so that I can put some money towards a new 3133 of some sort. I was scrolling through ebay and stumbled upon a German antiques retailer who sold some watches. I looked on their shop to see if they might on the off chance have anything nice, and the first watch I saw was a beautiful pre owned Poljot 'Ruslan' 3133 chronograph. I know it's bad form to discuss prices although I can say that I shot them an offer and got it for a very, very nice price! This piece was made to commemorate the Russian Antonov An-225 which I beli
  5. Good evening All, I just bought a cheap light tent to try to improve my watch photos. After a few experiments this morning, I'm pretty amazed at the difference it has made. It makes it much, much easier to get a good shot without ruinous reflections. Here are a few of the results. A couple of recent acquisitions plus two of my favourites. First up, the most recent arrival - my Sturmanski Radiation Resistant chronograph: Sturmanskie Chronograph by wotsch2, on Flickr Sturmanskie Chronograph by wotsch2, on Flickr Second, a Glashütte Spezimatic: Spezimatic Weltzeit by
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