It seems ok to me. Notice the quality of the relief markers on dial, same as Soviet time. Normally fake dials are plain, and made of sheet of paper printed. Then again I might be wrong. Just a opinion...:roll:
1) they are not totally made in Russia
2) they have original Soviet components
3) they were sold by the official Italian Raketa distributor in the late '80s
4) dials were not originally designed by the factory; they were (more probably) made in Russia under Italian design, or totally made in Italy. More or less, same story of the Vostok chronographs.
5) as final conclusion, being assembled for/by the official distributor, they are "spurious" products, but not fakes.
So you consider them as "special edition"? Are they considered to be collectable? I bought 2 watches recently (nº5 and 6).
Damn it!!!!!!!!!!! I hope I wasn`t fooled!!!
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