Limited edition with only 500 worldwide, this Moscow Classic Diver Chronograph comes with a steel grid that covers the crystal and protects it from the elements.
The idea behind the removable steel grid or cage is to protect divers from hitting the watch against something underwater and risking cracking the crystal – which would render the watch useless for timing remaining oxygen in the tank. While you won’t be going under the sea with this beast, the cage adds a cool twist. If you feel like keeping it more traditional, just unscrew the bezel, lift off the cage, and screw the bezel back on. It’s like having two watches in one.
Powered by a Russian manual-wind movement, the Poljot caliber 3133 is full of history. Unscrew the back for a beautiful view of a classic mechanical chronograph mechanism. It’s actually quite a shame that they opted for a solid caseback!
If you’re looking for a watch which is almost guaranteed that no one else will have, this is the piece for you. From the canteen crown to the removable steel grid over the crystal, even the colors and the layout of the chronograph subdials. This piece screams unique.
- Reference: 3133/01411053
- Movement: Mechanical, manual wind, made in Russia
- Caliber: Poljot 3133
- Case: Stainless steel
- Case Diameter: 50mm
- Cream dial with blued hands and markers
- Date between 4:00 and 5:00
- Small seconds at 3:00
- 30 minute subdial at 9:00
- Blue suede leather strap with tang buckle
- Lug-Width: 22mm
- Mineral crystal
- Water resistant up to 30m/100ft
Includes: Moscow Classic box and papers
Condition: Near mint
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