This watch is not shown in any catalogues I have. The reason is simple, because this watch is produced after 2003, when 1st MWF went bust.Tommo could you look at your catalogs and see if you can find this one there. If your catalog scans are available online
Mike,Tammo, sorry to miss-spell your name, my hands are faster than brain and the spellchecker is not helping
Just like what Boris shows, mine includes a serial number and has a Poljot 31681 ticking in it. My hands are blue, while Boris's pic shows silver (?) hands. Boris, who did you buy it from in Moscow? Was it a post-Poljot company, or a small "artel'" in their old building there? I'm really curious.
I actually strangely like this watch. It's pretty well put together and now keeps good time after adjustment.
I respectfully disagree. Poljot is/was the 1st MWF. Nothing else.Something like 5 years ago we have distributed probably hundreds of the Poljot watches assembled (absolutely officially) at the Kiev watch factory. All the parts were from Poljot, but on the dial stand "made in Ukraine". We have received NO watch back for repair...
Poljot is Poljot.