need amphibia hour hand and second hand.
Original Vostok Komandirskie crystal. Or directions to where I may find one.
hi I'm looking for original hour and minutes hands for my Poljot 3017 of earlier issues. I have similiar hands installed (please see on the photo)- but now I want to change them for original ones. please tell who can help me with this? regards alex
Hi to everyone
New on this forum i just discovered yesterday
Can somebody can help me to Identify my vostok watch. A russian tourist guide gave it to me in Paris in 91.
On the front side it's written :
CAEAAHO B CCCP
and on the back side
I wear it for a while and today I'd like to wear it again.
Unfortunately I need a new glass and the ring which goes around (english word is bezel ?)
Can anyone help me ? or give me a website where i can buy this parts
I'm looking for a caseback and a 'type 1' 3133 movement (with adjustable flyback lever) for my original OKEAH please. I would love to restore my watch to its original condition, so any help would be much appreciated.
Hi, i'm looking for a black, green or blue dial for my Komandirskie, it has to be a CCCP one (but not 3aka3). The original dial was blue or green (can't really tell) with te paratroopers logo on it.
Amphib case - hoping to get hold of a dead Amphib for the case. My Amphib has the covered lugs and I really am not crazy about it. I would like to drop my mov't complete into a stock standard stainless case so if you have one it would need to have bezel & crystal.
Giving this away, however it's not working.
You pay for postage from Singapore
Hope it's useful to anybody who need it for parts.
Parting with 30+ of my prized Soviet pieces over at sales corner.
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Hopefully someone can help?
I need two things; first, the small, red, arrow-shaped hand for the right hand chrono' dial on a 1990 Sturmanskie and secondly, a new crystal for an early '80s Komandiskie.
Hi! Does anyone know how easy, or should I say hard, it will be to find a stop function button for a 1971 Sekonda "Strela" 3017 chronograph, and does anyone still stock original hands? I'll be in Moscow in October, and don't know if my chances will be better there. Thanks!
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