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Considering its age, it is in good shape. The Poljot 3133 movement's chronograph starts, stops and zeroes out, date changes with time as expected. Naturally there is patina to the dial and case but this isn't a civilian time piece. It is a Soviet Air Force chronograph that must have had an interesting life. I have it on a green canvas strap that suits it well in my opinion. Some wear on the metal case dial but what you would expect from a decades old military issue wristwatch.
These are hard to come across nowadays. A piece of history. These were made from the 1970s through mid 1980s from what I know so this is a lovely piece of militaria. I am sure m,any here know enough about this watch to see why I loved it (and still do, jut really really need to thin down my collection).

US$190 Shipped to the continental USA.

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