Our new Russian Watch Blog is now open! For the latest news and information about Russian watches visit the new Russian Watch Guide Blog.
New posts include How to Identify a Russian Watch, a Sneak Preview of Vostok-Europe Lunokhod-2, and a photo of what very well could be the Ugliest Russian Watch ever designed.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
I'm always keeping my eyes open for interesting or unique watches. Recently I came across an article about wood watches. Frankly, I had never seen a wooden watch before but these watches really impressed me. In fact, I immediately bought one!
If you're curious to see what wood watches look like see the article Coolest Wood Watches at Wooden Watches Review.
By the way, these watches aren't made in Russia but they are so cool I wanted to share them with you here.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Get wholesale pricing on watches with minor case imperfections that occurred in shipping. These watches are 100% brand new. Russia2all just can't sell them as new due to the slight scratches or dimples. You'll never beat these deals on Russian watches.
Only while supplies last. Cannot be combined with any other deal. No coupon code needed.
Go to scratch and dent sale
The long-awaited Anchar watch line by Vostok-Europe will be ready for shipment in December.
The watch is named after the world’s fastest submarine, the Russian K-162 “Anchar”, which reached a world record speed of 44.7 knots (82.8 km/h). Built to be a super-fast attack sub, the titanium hulled Anchar served the Soviet navy at the height of the Cold War and still holds speed records today.
Designed as the first Vostok-Europe timepieces for deep diving, the new Anchar line of watches reflect the spirit of their namesake. Every detail of the watch construction was built to correspond to special ISO 2281 standards for divers’ watches:
- NH25 automatic movement (made by SII Company, Japan) constructed on 12 jewels with central second hand and single calendar
- Stainless steel 48 mm diameter case. Thickness – 16 mm
- Water resistant - up to 300 meters (30 atm).
- 16 tritium green and yellow tubes on the dial and hands
- Genuine leather strap integrated to the watch case
- Optional silicon strap integrated to the watch case
- Screw driver of TORX standard for interchanging straps
- Shockproof and water-resistant dry box for storage of all accessories of Anchar watch set
The first edition of Anchar watches was successfully tested by officers of NATO Underwater Demolition Units and scientists of the Greek Institute of Marine Archeology.
People from all walks of life count on their Vostok-Europe watch the world over -- from scuba divers to bankers to sky divers to opera singers. To celebrate this diversity, Vostok-Europe has announced a Christmas photo contest called "Around the Globe with Vostok-Europe".
VE wants you to send them photos of you and your Vostok-Europe in everyday use at home or in the most extreme environments in exotic corners of our planet.
The best picture, as voted on by the fans of our Facebook page, will win the photographer a first-of-series Anchar watch: number 001 of the series.
You are welcome to send your photos to the VE Facebook page:
The entry and voting period ends 20th of December 2010.
Vostok Europe became an official watch of legendary Greek football club Panathinaikos.
Vichos Watches Co., the exclusive distributor of VE in Greece, signed a long-term contract with merchandising company Greenteam S.A. for production of official Panathiaikos watches and distribution them in specialized Panthinaikos and regular watch shops in Greece.
The ceremony of presentation of the two first official watches of Panathinaikos from VE was arranged at the last day of Athina Watch Fair on 21 of November.
Two legendary football players – the goal keeper of Panathinaikos and of the Greek National Team Alexandros Tzorvas and the captain of Panathinaikos Djibril Cise took part in presentation and signed autographs for multiple fans of Panathinaikos football team.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Find out about the difference between Poljot and Poljot International watches (plus a whole lot more about Poljot) in this interview with Julian Kampmann. Mr. Kampmann operates the long-established Poljot24.de store.
Here's a link to the Poljot watch interview.
Here's a link to the Poljot watch interview.
Friday, October 1, 2010
I recently received an email from a reader asking about women's watches made in Russia. Here's the email:
"It's our anniversary in November and I'd like to buy my wife a watch as an anniversary present. My budget is about $3,000. Most manual or automatic watches for women I've been finding are much more than $3,000. Are there any Russian watch manufacturers that produce women's watches?"
My suggestion to this gentleman was that he check out the NIKA watches at Russia2all.com.
Nika "NJW" is the leading manufacturer of gold and fashion wrist watches in Russia. The watches are relatively affordable, considering they are made with either 14k and 18k gold, plus the designs are modern and stylish. NIKA watches use Swiss and Japanese movements.
Here's a link to the Nika website where you can view their stunning designs.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
In recent years there has been plenty of rumor and mystery surrounding the famous Raketa brand. Communication from the company was virtually non-existant -- not surprising since the factory never had an English-speaking employee in 300 years. But that has all changed and Raketa is back on the scene and anxious to rebuild its brand and extend its legacy.
Find out what's happening at Raketa watches -- including plans for new models and Raketa's battle with counterfeit sellers -- in this exclusive interview with Count Jacques von Polier, Head of Design and Propaganda at the Petrodvorets Watch Factory.
Go to interview
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Julian Kampmann is a russian watch expert based in Munich, Germany. He sells Aviator, Vostok and Buran watches via his website, Poljot24.de. If you check around the web you'll see he receives many favorable comments from his customers.
Here's more information on Poljot24.de direct from Julian:
I've been trading with russian watches since 1992 nonstop and opened my online shop in 1998. Before that I sold them via printed catalogue.
I have about 400 different russian watch models on stock (about 250 models online) and usually have over 1200 russian watches on stock. This is important for me because I know that the customer would prefer to have the watch on the next day. In most cases I can send on the next day of the purchase.
I ship worldwide – I do have only 40% customers within Germany and the rest worldwide, specially France, Britain, Benelux, but also Australia, USA, Canada, etc.
And (most important normally for the customers) I try to really do my best in customer service. I offer a 2 year warranty, inexpensive repair service and most of all intensive answering of all possible questions for the customers, because many have no idea about russian watches or don't know what to buy.