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For sale from my private collection this 1981 Poljot OKEAH Chronograph.

The Okean chronograph was made in the Soviet Union during the latter half of the 1970s and throughout much of the 1980s and were Soviet military watches specifically issued to officers of the Naval (Red) Fleet.

Nowadays you see a lot of Frankenwatches and re-issues, original examples hardly show up, until now!

This watch is vintage and in a very nice condition, please see the detailed photos.

The case is stainless steel, unpolished and the sunburst pattern is clearly visible on top, no major scratches. The crystal is beautifully highly boxed acrylic.

The movement inside is the well-known dependent Poljot 3133, the Soviet variant of the Valjoux 7734. Judging by the serial number and the parts of the movement this one is from around 1981.
The watch runs fine, the date switches correctly, and the chronograph starts, stops and resets like it should. The movement has been reviewed by my watchmaker and is OK.

I have photographed this watch on a matching OKEAH bracelet, this bracelet is not included in the price and for sale separately.
I am selling this one because I have bought another OKEAH which is even better looking.
The watch will be well packed and shipped insured and registered

€749 excl shipping, excluding bracelet

If you have any questions about the watch, remarks about the price or the bracelet, please send me a DM!

Diameter without crown: 38mm (wears larger because of the cushion shaped case)
Length: 45,4mm
Thickness: 10.7mm case, 14.4 including domed crystal
Caliber: Poljot 3133 handwinder
Domed Acrylic Crystal
Lug Width: 18 mm

I am located in The Netherlands
I am a collector who sometimes has to sell a watch from his collection so that is does not get too large, therefor I am a private seller, I am a regular at Uhrforum, WUS and the dutch "horlogeforum", here is some feedback:[thread]=15247&o=relevance
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