Not a Doxa but just as bulletproof

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    Not a Doxa but just as bulletproof

    Just got this today. wanted one for a long time. It is a Russian Submarine clock. Key wind, 8 day clock. 8 inches wide and 3 inches deep with a locking face plate. Cast metal with a backing plate to hang on a wall. Big, heavy and makes a wonderful sounding tick.

    Yep, I'm addicted to clocks as well as watches.........

    Pete


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    Re: Not a Doxa but just as bulletproof

    Hi Pete,

    congrats, clock looks like new. Is it a reissue or is it original from a Russian submarine?

    Perhaps the clock will tell you some storys from below the surface?

    Anyway it looks cool

    Holger
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    Re: Not a Doxa but just as bulletproof

    My Father has owned one for over two decades and the thing is still chugging along. Nice, solid design and build but loud as Hell.

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    Re: Not a Doxa but just as bulletproof

    Nice!!!!it is the submarine clock made by Vostok.
    Today i think tha its used in the submarines.
    In the Kursk submarine there was one

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