This is a Komandirskie 341180 as shown in the 1990 Vostok catalog. It is not uncommon for the bezel to have been changed either by the factory or the owner.Hello I am new here.
A few days ago I was looking through some old boxes and found this Komandirskie.
So I was trying to find the exact model online but all watches have either another dial or another rotating bezel as mine. Maybe someone can help me indentifying this model, it would mean alot to me.
Thanks! Yeah, I assumed this was too expensive. What would you say is a good price for a titanium 620 case Amphibia (Soviet era) in excellent condition?Yes, it's legit, but far too expensive...
This case is only available in titanium. And if you can get a watch with papers, the model number must start with 62......And is there a way, from looking at photos, to tell if the watch has the titanium case?
Thank you.This case is only available in titanium. And if you can get a watch with papers, the model number must start with 62...
And please search for Amphibia Titan in the forum. There are more of it here than you think...
Oops, forgot something: prices between $ 150 and $ 300
There is only one amphibia case to be confused with, the case 42 made of steel. But it has a smaller diameter....Let me rephrase my question. Is there a way to tell, by looking at pictures, that a watch has a model number 62 case?...
yep, this is how I tell them apart: case is larger than bezel. Meaning you can clearly see the case from the straight dial photo.There is only one amphibia case to be confused with, the case 42 made of steel. But it has a smaller diameter.
Here are some (bad) smartphone pictures...
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I hope it helps…
Have a nice weekend!