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    Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    Read the full story here:

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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    thanks for the link!
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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    My watches.New-old (NOS).
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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    Wow! Thanks for posting these.

    Can you tell us anything about them? What years were they production from? How many were produced?

    Do you have any photos of the movement? I'm interested to know what "3411" means on mine...which also has a hand-written "3395" on the main plate, dial side:




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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    I would give my right leg for those watches, absolutely fantastic. Thank you for sharing.

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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    As I was saying in another post, East German watch production closley followed Soviet production and here is an example. Similarities in the design with the red electric arrow and wording. This is an UMF 25 caliber movement which was probably developed with Soviet assistance.

    The 2MWF examples are very nice indeed!


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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sekondtime View Post
    As I was saying in another post, East German watch production closley followed Soviet production and here is an example. Similarities in the design with the red electric arrow and wording. This is an UMF 25 caliber movement which was probably developed with Soviet assistance.
    Those sure look like my photographs of the UMF 25...

    Champion (Ruhla / UMF)

    I have a whole bunch of UMF 25 and UMF 26 (below) and they do not have the quality of these 114ChN movements.


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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    Wow, real beauties!

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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    Quote Originally Posted by pasha-watches View Post
    My watches.New-old (NOS).
    That's what I love about this forum. Something rare and almost completely unheard of appears, to much surprise and admiration... and then immediately somebody else pops up with "I've got a pair of those".

    Do you have any other Soviet electric watches?
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    Re: Slava 114ChN Electric - new variant found and restored!

    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Hawk View Post

    Can you tell us anything about them? What years were they production from? How many were produced?

    Do you have any photos of the movement? I'm interested to know what "3411" means on mine...which also has a hand-written "3395" on the main plate, dial side:



    In the Soviet catalog in 1960 - the are present. Additional information,unfortunately,do not have... I have a guestion for you - what battery will come to this hour (watches)?
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