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Wow

The color, textures, dome/stars logo, braided elements . . .

Not my typical style, but that’s a dial/watch


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Wow

The color, textures, dome/stars logo, braided elements . . .

Not my typical style, but that’s a dial/watch


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Thank you my friend :)

It's eyecatching. So hard not to look at it.

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Just recently got a Poljot Ocean from Julian from Poljot24, was the most amazing customer service experience. Would highly, highly recommend getting 3133's from him if you want to! (although it's a bit more expensive than eBay). Exceeds all expectations, such an amazing watch and it's currently my daily wear! Thinking of maybe getting a rally strap for the watch, which one do you prefer, this dark brown one or this navy one (or if you have any personal recommendations). Proud to be part of the 3133 club.
 

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Just recently got a Poljot Ocean from Julian from Poljot24, was the most amazing customer service experience. Would highly, highly recommend getting 3133's from him if you want to! (although it's a bit more expensive than eBay). Exceeds all expectations, such an amazing watch and it's currently my daily wear! Thinking of maybe getting a rally strap for the watch, which one do you prefer, this dark brown one or this navy one (or if you have any personal recommendations). Proud to be part of the 3133 club.
I have got a few watches from Julian, and yes he is a pleasure to deal with and those alphabet cookies are tasty as well
I always eat them when I am checking out the watch ...... 😁
Congrats comrade beautiful watch!!!
 

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I have got a few watches from Julian, and yes he is a pleasure to deal with and those alphabet cookies are tasty as well
I always eat them when I am checking out the watch ...... 😁
Congrats comrade beautiful watch!!!
Thanks for the warm welcome comrade. Half of the benefit was those delicious alphabet cookies. Any personal tips you have when it comes to maintaining 3133 calibre watches (when to get it serviced, how to treat the watch)? It's such a special watch that I want it to last generations!
 

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I know it is brand new but you should have it checked out by someone knowledgeable of the 3133 movements.
I had purchased two 3133'S and had a problem with one or them and decided to send both of them to Matt Brace for further inspection.
He is a member here and is very familiar with 3133'S and other Russian movements.
Both watches had issues that he corrected and both were dry as a bone!
These watches are both N.O.S. and cost an arm and a leg and was purchased from a popular eBay seller with a 100% feedback!.
So yes I would consider having them looked at by a competent watchmaker.
So you know I did not purchase the watches from Julian. He says his stuff is checked over by his watchmakers and offers a 2 year guarantee. I guess it comes down to how badly do you want peace of mind?.
I am sorry as I do not know what service interval is recommended for the 3133"S,
Vostoks are 10 years they say.
The 3133'S I do not know. I am sure someone else will chime in comrade, best regards, James.
 

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I know it is brand new but you should have it checked out by someone knowledgeable of the 3133 movements.
I had purchased two 3133'S and had a problem with one or them and decided to send both of them to Matt Brace for further inspection.
He is a member here and is very familiar with 3133'S and other Russian movements.
Both watches had issues that he corrected and both were dry as a bone!
These watches are both N.O.S. and cost an arm and a leg and was purchased from a popular eBay seller with a 100% feedback!.
So yes I would consider having them looked at by a competent watchmaker.
So you know I did not purchase the watches from Julian. He says his stuff is checked over by his watchmakers and offers a 2 year guarantee. I guess it comes down to how badly do you want peace of mind?.
I am sorry as I do not know what service interval is recommended for the 3133"S,
Vostoks are 10 years they say.
The 3133'S I do not know. I am sure someone else will chime in comrade, best regards, James.
Ahh, great advice there. For now, I trust Julian in terms of his own personal look, and the Poljot manual they gave me also says there is a 10-year service interval. I am babying the watch a bit, as the mineral glass and the 30m water resistance would make the watch frailer. Anyways you guys have dealt with scratches in the glass and case? Want to keep it in as best condition as possible.
 

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It all depends on how often you wear it and the environment you wear it in. I have so many watches and wear a differant one every day that servicing intervals do not apply to me for the most part. If it were me I would wear it until it does something out of the ordinary and then take it to someone who is knowledgeable of the 3133 movements and find out the repair and then ask if it could use a service. When you wear the watch do not do things that will scratch or damage the watch, there is nothing that will piss you off more than getting a scratch on your perfect specimin of a timepiece!!! Take the watch off and put it in your empty pocket when doing things like that. When you take the watch off for the day give it a complete wipe down with a soft 100% cotton cloth, and last but not least ....
DO NOT WEAR IT IN THE RAIN
If you do and it gets fogged pull the crown all the way out, put it on a soft towel and position a hair dryer on low heat, low speed and blow it into the crown/stem hole and check the temperature of the watch to make sure it is not getting too hot. if it gets too hot it may slow down as the main spring loses tension. after that cross your fingers and pray.
Most of these things are common sense. You are lucky as this is a Russian watch and it is built like a brick s**t house.
Enjoy your new watch comrade and welcome to the F-10, James.
 
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