Cccp Men's Watches And Jewelry
From the design mind of Alexander Shorokhoff - robust, bold timepieces harken to incredible machines and the complex machineries that make them work. Japanese self-winding automatic with date Custom molded silicon with ion-plated black plated stainless steel case and buckle Features include date window, black dial with grey lum index, clear exhibition case back, mineral lens, and screw-down crown Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
From the design mind of Alexander Shorokhoff - the CCCP limited edition sputnik 1 timepiece adds sophistication and class, drawing attention to the bold lines and design Japan quartz chronograph with date Genuine mock croco pattern leather / stainless steel case Features include chronograph subdials and date window, white dial with lum index, mineral lens Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering
CCCP Shchuka Collection Also known in the shortened forms of ShCh or SC, the Shchuka-class submarines were the second most numerous class of submarines in the Soviet Navy with 88 submarines built at Leningrad, Gorky, Nikolaev (Ukraine), and Vladivostok. The names of the submarines indicated their assignment; 100-series submarines were of the Soviet Pacific Fleet, the 200-series the Black Sea Fleet, 300-series the Baltic Fleet, and 400-series to the Northern Fleet. Other CCCP Timepiece Collections Yuri GagarinSputnikKashalotDeltaHeritageTyphoon CP-7012-22 History of the Slava Watch Factory The 2nd Moscow Watch Factory is the home of Slava – Слава- Glory watches and clocks. The factory started as the "State Trust for Precision Mechanics – Gostrest Tochmek" in 1924 and in 1930 became the 2nd Moscow Watch Factory. During the 1930s the factory developed wrist watches, alarm, wall and car clocks, pocket watches and chess clocks. At the beginning of the World War 2, the factory was evacuated to Chistopol and concentrated its production on the war effort. This not only included watches for military staff but also, timers and fuses for missiles and other technical military apparatus. As the factory was key to the military, control briefly passed to the Ministry of Armaments. Following the war, the factory produced watches under the names of Victory and Salute. By the 1950s, the name Slava had been adopted. The factory also briefly produced watches under the name START. As well as producing wrist watches, the factory was also prolific in producingclocks, mainly alarm clocks and wall clocks. Both watches and clocks from the factory were exported abroad, not only to the Warsaw Pact countries but also to western countries such as the United Kingdom, France and Germany. One of the strongest links to the west was the production of Slava watches for the British Company Sekonda. This relationship lasted from the 1960s until the collapse of the USSR. The old factory building in Moscow has recently been demolished but the Slava company continues to produce watches. CCCP From the design mind of Alexander Shorokhoff, inspired by the spirit and times of a country that burgeoned ahead in the fields of Science, Politics, the Arts - the CCCP watch collection draws its design inspiration from the life and times of a significant part of the modern political era of the Soviet Union. It was the Soviet Union that launched the first man made object into space. It was Yuri Gagarin, the cosmonaut who took with him the hopes and dreams of mankind as he became the first human being in space - breaking free from the Earth below. CCCP timepiece celebrates this and also the order of timekeeping and watch-making from the storied houses of Soviet watchmakers. Inspired by the above - we present a collection of aesthetic uniqueness, quality in workmanship borne by a legacy of the solid industrial machine of the Soviet Union that turned its prowess in engineering and design into the world of timekeeping.
From the design mind of Alexander - the bold, classic lines and intricate features, commanding timepiece are drawn from the dependable class of shchuka submarines; Dress it up or play it easy, this timepiece is perfect in any situation Swiss parts GMT with date, sub dial second display Swiss-quartz movement Case Diameter: 43.5mm Water resistant to 99 feet (30 M): withstands rain and splashes of water, but not showering or submersion
From the design mind of Alexander Shorokhoff - the CCCP limited edition sputnik 1 timepiece adds sophistication and class, drawing attention to the bold lines and design Japan quartz chronograph with date Genuine mock croco pattern leather / stainless steel case Features include chronograph subdials and date window, blue dial with lum index, mineral lens Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering