Looks can be deceiving. I had a Rekord watch that looked great in the photos but which turned out to be VERY light, have a bracelet that was 12mm (yes 12mm!), and could not be opened no matter what I tried. I sold it on eBay and the purchaser seems happy with it (I was honest in the ad). They do look nice but seem to have Chinese movements in them. So, I'm just a bit skeptical of Rekord brands and would like to hear from someone that has one of these new Soyuz watches on their wrist before taking a chance on one.
DVS, we might be able to see both the Dennisov & Soyuz in Singapore (Red Army Watches), understand that Dennisov should be arriving this week or next. Soyuz, no timeline indicated.
I'm waiting to hold them 2.
Hi. These people are stressing the brand and the concept which is really interesting. The watches are reliable for sure. They sell the same under Rekord brand in Russia as far as I know. Visit www.soyuz-watch.ru. It seems there Seagull inside, but advanced models - look at their tourbillon
I've just seen a Soyuz tonneau skeleton chronograph on QVC. They did'nt say much about it, it did'nt have the usual Poljot 3133 movement, so I suspect not Russian made. Price was £546 ($1100).:rodekaart
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