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Chinese "Strela"

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Saw these things advertised "pre order"

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ST19 movement. €370, but what is it really, homage ?

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1 minute ago, Lampoc said:

What's that cyrillic at the bottom "no4ET"? Almost Poljot but not quite.

In cyrillic its is 'ц' pronounced it is 'ch' Pochet just made to look like Poljot ...what a rip off 

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10 minutes ago, martinzx said:

In cyrillic its is 'ц' pronounced it is 'ch' Pochet just made to look like Poljot ...what a rip off 

I worked it out - it's "honour". And a rip-off :laugh:

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Agree with your comments, but I bet they sell. :angry:

32 minutes ago, Lampoc said:

What's that cyrillic at the bottom "no4ET"? Almost Poljot but not quite.

Sort of like "Perlative Cermometer" :blind: :laughing2dw:

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Trouble is, it'$ too bloody expen$ive by far. 

BUT overall in contrast, I like the look of it - - - - - at £3.70 :tongue: that is

 

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strela means arrow (like what you shoot from a bow)

почёт means respect, honour.

so it's like they're stating outright that it's a homage piece.

the spelling of chrono is correct.

most of the other markings look like nonsense really (aside from the 21 jewels)

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27 minutes ago, DryEagle said:

strela means arrow (like what you shoot from a bow)

почёт means respect, honour.

so it's like they're stating outright that it's a homage piece.

the spelling of chrono is correct.

most of the other markings look like nonsense really (aside from the 21 jewels)

I do not agree, it is a borderline fako, they called it a Strela - Стрела -

Полцет is a s close to Полјот  Poljot as they can get IMO of course :yes:

 

Cyrillic is a phonetic and we speak it here in Macedonia , no Russian I admit , but X is a H for sure :laugh:

 

And 1МЧЗ mean s 1st USSR Watch factory, which it is not...

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On 06/08/2018 at 18:58, martinzx said:

Cyrillic is a phonetic and we speak it here in Macedonia , no Russian I admit , but X is a H for sure :laugh:

Yes, indeed, russian letter x is pronounced as english h.

And russian word for chronograph, pronounced in english as kronograf, in russian is hronograf. There is no k at the start. The h-first spelling is correct.

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4 hours ago, DryEagle said:

Yes, indeed, russian letter x is pronounced as english h.

And russian word for chronograph, pronounced in english as kronograf, in russian is hronograf. There is no k at the start. The h-first spelling is correct.

Many thanks for that! 

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very interesting hommage, too expensive (almost get an original for that price) plus no different to the 3133 / Poljot international hommages - all copies and not original re-issues

 

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