That looks great, where is the bezel from?Admittedly I bought this some time ago but it was only delivered today. 170549 with modded bezel. The blue sunburst sandwich dial is beautiful! Definitely a keeper.
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Looking good, congrats! Do you know by any chance (or Meranom if reading this), will an equivalent version in 420 could be available in the future?
I have no idea, however if you really, really want that combo you can make it happen by ordering a 420 case (maybe a signed crown as well if the 710 stem is the wrong length) and paying an extra $5 to have it assembled for you.Looking good, congrats! Do you know by any chance (or Meranom if reading this), will an equivalent version in 420 could be available in the future?
I've seen only once a Vostok with a hologram foil like map on the dial much the same as this one, I wished I had snapped it up as it was on a black dial and looked super cool.
Do you know of any other linguistic variations of this model?I'm already the lucky owner of a "classical" Люкс, the well known copy of the Doxa Grafic, but i had never seen one with this dial and the Latin transcription "Ljuks" that seems to indicate it was intended for Polish and Czechoslovakian markets (as well as the SSSR at the bottom of the dial).
No, I don't.Do you know of any other linguistic variations of this model?
Whatever. That is lovely.I got this Raketa perpetual calender today. It is probable a parts watch since the date wheel is Latin while the dial is Cyrillic. But I can live with that because of how it looks. Some watches you buy for historical reasons, some to wear.
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