POLJOT 

Watches produced by the First Moscow's Watch Factory. 

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Dsc02342.jpg (134433 byte) Dsc02345.jpg (92604 byte) Model: Russian Aviator "Ivan Kozedub"
Year: 2003
Caliber: 2612 (A. Schild-based), alarm, 18 jewels, hand winding, two crowns for alarm and time
Note: dedicated to Ivan Kozedub, Russian aviator dead in the 1991. Very massive and big (45 mm without crowns!), mineral crystal, water resistant 100M, two screwed crowns. The numbers (with Superluminova coating) are exceptionally luminous by night. Great finish, a very collectable item.
DSC01824.jpg (95045 byte) Dsc02318.jpg (95602 byte) Model: Okeah 3133 Chrono
Year: 2004
Caliber: 3133 chrono (Valjoux-7734 based), hand-winding, 23 jewels, 30 minutes counter, date window
Note: this one is a great and historical Poljot model. An Okeah was used by the cosmonaut Razhdestvensky during the heroic rescue of himself and fellow cosmonaut Zudov on the ill-fated Soyuz-23 mission. Originally it was destined to naval officers. Mineral glass, stainless steel case, screwed caseback, internal turnable bezel. New with box and documents. 
Dsc02326.jpg (94298 byte) Dsc01928.jpg (70488 byte) Model: Sturmanskie 3133 Chrono
Year: 1992
Caliber: 3133 chrono (Valjoux-7734 based), hand-winding, 23 jewels, 30 minutes counter, date window
Note: a classic model by Poljot. Diameter approx. 38 mm. On the dial there are the insignia of the Russian airforce. There is a second crown for the inner bezel. Nice '70s design, acrylic glass, stamped caseback. Very nice watch.
Dsc02328.jpg (109516 byte) Dsc01933.jpg (68575 byte) Model: Aviator 3133 Chrono (type I)
Year: 2002
Caliber: 3133 chrono (Valjoux-7734 based), hand-winding, 23 jewels, 30 minutes counter, date window
Note: one of the most know Poljot models. Although strongly similar to the Fortis Pilot Chrono, it has an own personality (note the Cyrillic inscriptions). Very nice finish (matt case, mineral crystal, Superluminova-coated hands). Diameter 40 mm. Great pilot style :-)
Dsc03059.jpg (85192 byte) Dsc03061.jpg (64265 byte) Model: Poljot/Strela column-wheel chronograph
Year: years '60-'70s
Caliber: 3017 chrono (Venus 178-based), hand-winding, 19 jewels, column-wheel mechanism, 45 minutes counter
Note: this watch has a very fine column-wheel mechanism, it was also used in Soviet space missions till the late '70s. This is an export version. Very smooth buttons and high precision although the age. Luminous hands (still active). Diameter 37 mm, pressed caseback, acrylic glass. A great piece.  
Dsc02335.jpg (94072 byte) Dsc02338.jpg (67290 byte) Model: Buran 2614
Year: 2004
Caliber: 2614, hand-winding, 17 jewels, date window
Note: Buran is the name of the Russian space-shuttle, and it's also the name of this watch. Design slightly inspired to Tutima/Hanhart watches. The bezel (with a red marker) can be rotated. Nice onion crown. Diameter 38 mm. 
Dsc01939.jpg (61565 byte) Dsc01941.jpg (55969 byte) Model: Poljot Alarm
Year: years '70s
Caliber: 2612 (A. Schild-based), alarm, 18 jewels, hand winding, two crowns for alarm and time
Note: classic '70s-model, probably made for the export (note the English inscriptions). Totally serviced in the 2004, works as new :-) The "dot" on the caseback is the welding of the anvil pin of the alarm mechanism. Chrome-plated case, acrylic glass. Diameter 35 mm.
Dsc01942.jpg (81045 byte) Dsc02315.jpg (73268 byte) Model: 1MWF "Pobeda"
Year: years '50-60s
Caliber: K-26, hand-winding, 15 jewels
Note: Made when the Poljot factory was still called "1MWF" (Fisrt Moscow Watch Factory). Perfectly working although the age :-) The strap is an original celebrative Soviet product, with a pic showing Juri Gagarin (first man in space). Diameter 33 mm. Acrylic glass.
Dsc02307.jpg (91878 byte) Dsc02310.jpg (89730 byte) Model: 1MWF "Sputnik"
Year: 1957-58
Caliber: K-26, hand-winding, 15 jewels
Note: very rare model, made to celebrate the first flight in the space with the "Sputnik" space module. The red dot on the seconds hand spins around the Earth printed on the dial (note the USSR marked in red). Note also the rockets as hour markers. Diameter 33 mm, acrylic glass. Definitely an historical piece. :-)
Dsc02311.jpg (95711 byte) Dsc02312.jpg (75430 byte) Model: 1MWF "Rodina"
Year: years '50-60s
Caliber: 2415-A, automatic+hand winding, 22 jewels
Note: automatic model, produced for short time. "Rodina" means "motherland". The inscriptions above 6 'o clock means "First Moscow Watch Factory named after Kirowa" (Kirow was a Communist member). Diameter 33 mm, acrylic glass. Very good movement, works perfectly.
Dsc02510.jpg (88887 byte) Dsc01957.jpg (63839 byte) Model: Amphibia 100M
Year: late '70s-early '80s
Caliber: 2616, automatic+hand winding, 23 jewels, date window
Note: very rare diver watch, water resistant to 100M . The crown is not screwed although the appearance, but it's mounted very tightly and allows a good water resistance. Rotating bezel in plastic, acrylic glass, luminous paint on hands and dial (still active). Very hard to find in good conditions. 
Dsc02299.jpg (65528 byte) Dsc02302.jpg (77260 byte) Model: "Mockba 1980"
Year: 1980
Caliber: 2614, hand-winding, 17 jewels, date window
Note: made for the Olympic Games in Moscow in the 1980 (note the symbol on the dial). Unfortunately the case has many scratches, but it's a relatively rare watch. Acrylic glass, screwed caseback.  
Dsc03040.jpg (76981 byte) Dsc03057.jpg (31886 byte) Model: "Mockba 1980" (2)
Year: 1980
Caliber: 2609, hand-winding, 17 jewels
Note: another Poljot made for the Olympic Games in Moscow in the 1980 (note the symbol on the dial). Very massive and thick case. In very good conditions. Diameter 42 mm. Acrylic glass, screwed caseback.