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    Re: Admiring Russian/Soviet watches found online

    Marius has this one for sale:

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    Re: Admiring Russian/Soviet watches found online

    Quote Originally Posted by dutchassasin View Post
    Unusual caseback, looks like an early example of a vremir caseback. Notice the word "series 1"
    Russische Wostok Uhr, Automatik Amphibia, Wasserdicht bis 200m Tiefe "SELTEN" | eBay
    A combination of USSR and St. Basil's domes is a little strange no? What's the scoop on this one? Export variation? Or...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lol965 View Post
    It is legit, Luch also made one with two time zones.
    Slava Duet from the mid-80s. .оссийский клуб коллекционеров часов • Просмотр темы - Слава Дуэт - советские GMT

    On ebay for $2K now... Not sure if Luch made quartz versions, not sure if they had mechanical as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mroatman View Post
    Yes, here is the previous discussion, started by you in fact: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f10/q-e...l#post25080314.

    It was speculated that the caliber 3132 should lack a date mechanism, but it's obviously there on an OKEAH, so I dunno.
    It was also discussion at Russian forum and no real distinction was found (Океан на 3132 - Страница 2 - Форум независимых часовщиков). In one book there is the statement, but it's obviously not true.

    хх32 - с однострелочным секундомером и противоударным устройством (with one hand secondmeter/timekeeper and antichok).
    хх33 - без секундной стрелки, с противоударным устройством, календарём и высотомером (without second hand, with antichok, calendar and altimeter).
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    Quote Originally Posted by schnurrp View Post
    Marius has this one for sale:

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    For $530/delivered, yeowza. Amazing what a difference a rare movement can make. I picked up his brother (quartz) for less than $50.


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    Re: Admiring Russian/Soviet watches found online

    Quote Originally Posted by mike.s View Post
    Not sure if Luch made quartz versions
    Here's a dual-time Luch quartz: Very Rare USSR Watch LUCH QUARTZ NOS Railroad Traveller Dual Time Serviced | eBay

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    Re: Admiring Russian/Soviet watches found online

    Quote Originally Posted by mroatman View Post
    $400!?!?!?!?!WTF!?!?!?!?!
    Such pieces were sold on russian forum for around $90 and it wasn't rush to buy them.

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    Re: Admiring Russian/Soviet watches found online

    Quote Originally Posted by mroatman View Post
    Sorry, meant to be "not sure if Luch made mechanical versions". They definitely made quartz with round dials, but I don't know if that Slava dual-1601 ever made it to Luch's production with those particular 1601s. I've also read that Slava Duet was an experimental run in '84-85, never in real production. But that's a little suspect. Too many of them are available, though expensive as all get out for what it is, the cheapest one I see is about $550.

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    Re: Admiring Russian/Soviet watches found online

    Quote Originally Posted by oldfox View Post
    $400!?!?!?!?!WTF!?!?!?!?!
    Such pieces were sold on russian forum for around $90 and it wasn't rush to buy them.
    3017s in great shape used to go for $200. And my eye could still tell the time back then :)

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    Very interesting "homeland" with power reserve indicator. Seems to be an experimental one of one prototype. (from Russian auction):



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