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From my private collection a 100% original Poljot Sturmanskie Chronograph, made between Q3 1990 and 1992 looking at the movement, this is a real Soviet watch.
The Poljot Sturmanskie was the Pilot’s watch in the Soviet Union, issued to air force pilots when they graduated, nice examples like this one have become rare.

This watch is vintage and in a nice condition, please see the detailed photos for the exact state.
The dial has got “tin-can’ subdials, little rings within the subdials, the lume is green on the hands and white on the dial and yes that is consistent with the time it was built.
Inside ticks the well-known 23 jewels Poljot 3133 chronograph handwinder based on the Valjoux 7734.
This watch has just been serviced by a specialist watchmaker, fellow WUS member SLLS the author of the English 3133 service guide, and runs fine at +7s/day and the chronograph works like it should.
It comes on a new matching black leather strap with white stitching. Watch runs fine and the chronograph works and resets correctly.

Watch is well packed and shipped insured and registered
Eur. 259,- excl shipping

Diameter without crowns: 39mm (wears larger)
Diameter with crowns: 46 x 44mm
Dikte: 14 mm
Thickness: 10,5mm case, 13,5 mm incl. high crystal
Caliber: Poljot 3133 handwinder chronograph (ETA Valjoux 7734)
Acrylic Crystal
Lug Width: 18 mm
Strap length: 23 cm

I am located in The Netherlands
I am a collector who sometimes sells a watch from his collection, I am a regular at Uhrforum, WUS and the dutch "horlogeforum", here is some feedback:[thread]=15247&o=relevance

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