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My apologies for not writing in German, understanding and reading German goes well, speaking also, but writing…

For sale from my personal collection is this Poljot “OKEAH” 3133 chronograph.

Since I wanted an OKEAH but didn’t know if I would like it on the wrist I decided not to search one and buy it for a lot of money (good ones are around eur. 550,- at the moment) directly but to have my watchmaker build one to see whether I like it. I used a very good quality case and an OKEAH dial and hands set, my watchmaker oiled the 3133 movement and built the watch.

It is the same principle Julian Kampmann uses for his examples
The watch runs fine and the chronograph starts, stops and resets like it should.

I’ve put it on a new RIOS crocoprint strap, worn it about 3 times so the strap is like new, it has been in my watch-drawer for some time on aroll so the strap is nicely rounded.
I really like this watch so I set out and after some months searching I found a good OKEAH and bought it. That’s the reason this one is up for sale

Eur. 286- excluding shipping for this forum.

Diameter without crowns: 39mm (wears larger)
Diameter with crowns: 46 x 44mm
Dikte: 14 mm
Thickness: 13 mm
Caliber: Poljot 3133 handwinder chronograph (ETA Valjoux 7734 clone)
Acrylic Crystal, scratchfree
Lug Width: 18 mm
Strap length: 23 cm

Payment via bank transfer or PayPal

I am located in The Netherlands

I am a collector who sometimes sells a watch from his collection, I am a regular at WUS and the dutch "horlogeforum", here is some feedback:

I am not a professional watch seller and this watch is part of my private collection. Every watch is described to the best of my abilities. I consider the pictures part of the description and do not accept refunds. Please note that vintage watches are not as precise functioning and waterproof as a modern day watch. Please ask any questions beforehand and I will answer them.

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