Sturmanskie Gagarin Vintage classic automatic

Sturmanskie Gagarin Vintage classic automatic

Réf.: 9015  1271633

When Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space on April 12th, 1961 he was wearing a very special watch. This watch was specifically made for the space flight by Sturmanskie. Just like it's carrier the watch became legendary because it worked flawlessly in weightlessness. Since 1961 Sturmanskie watches have been the official watch of the Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. Dedicated to Yuri Gagarin the Gagarin line is inspired by the initial design and high-quality processing. Every model must withstand severe tests but also keep alive the spirit of the 60's.
Each Gagarin watch comes with one pre-mounted leather strap in a beautiful Sturmanskie gift box.

Movement :

  • Miyota 9015
  • Japanese automatic movement (manual winding possible, no battery needed)
  • Central second, minute and hour hands
  • Date calendar with quick setting via the crown
  • 28.800 semi-oscillation per hour
  • Power reserve: approx. 42 hours
  • Jewels: 24
  • Shock-protection
  • Watch Case :
  • Material: stainless steel
  • Diameter: 40 mm
  • Height: 12 mm
  • Weight: approx. 62g
  • Water resistance: up to 5 atm. More information on the water resistance.
  • Glass: mineral crystal
  • Case back: screw-in glas bottom
  • Engraved serial number
  • Strap :
  • Material: leather
  • Color: black
  • Seam: black
  • Lug width: 20 mm
  • Buckle: pin buckle out of stainless steel
  • Impressed Sturmanskie logo/lettering
  • Délivery set :
  • Sturmanskie Gagarin watch
  • One pre-mounted original Sturmanskie leather strap
  • Original Sturmanskie gift box (see item images for details)
  • Warranty pass with operating instructions
    495,00 € Prix original
    396,00 €Prix promotionnel
     

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