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    **** Sekonda Time - Quartz ****




    Well now what do we have here. I take it to be 80's/90's could be later but don't feel it as such happy to have some one correct me if they know so the strap was original and sorry to say bin worthy so for a bit of fun have put it on a leather nato.
    pick up in a job-lot of Russian and other watches new 371 battery new strap and a good clean and is good to go


    movement shots here we go











    so am calling it a


    Luch/Chaika caliber 2356 quartz movement
    ... 10- Ligne
    ... 8-jewels
    ... Hacking
    ... SR920SW (#371) button cell


    think I am right but as I say happy to hear more


    so working things out I got seven quartz that are Russian five work two don't at the minute


    so have you guys got any working or not Russian quartz ?


    as always Ismy
    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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    Missing manual. BlackNomad's Avatar
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    After 5 straight hours search (not joking)

    Seconda_2.jpg

    Internet was like

    wtf_obama.jpg

    But... but..but,but,but
    I found this

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    The guy is obsessed with electric/electronic things USSR, and there are tons of material, watches too.

    (btw, have you considered adopting cute russian translator, may be?)
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