Russia2all is advertising some great clearance prices via their newsletter including $69 for a Buran Day/Night (I've never seen a Buran priced this low) and $199 for a Sputnik Commemorative watch. Other Vostok-Europe and Moscow Classic watches are also on sale.
You need special coupon codes to get these prices, which are advertised through their newsletter. I suggest signing up for the newsletter on their site to be informed of their special offers and to receive the coupon codes.
Most Russian watches use mechanical movements. Vostok and Poljot movements are the most common, however some higher-end Russian watches are now using Swiss ETA movements. Some low-end models are using Chinese movements.
If you are curious what these movements look like, check out this page at the PMaier Russian Watches Shop (based in Germany):
I'm impressed by the photos and dimensional information for the watches sold at solod.com. Most online sellers only state the dimensions in their specs but solod goes a step further and illustrates the dimensions graphically.
I find this very helpful when buying a watch online and usually refer to their online catalog even if I end up buying the watch elsewhere. It helps me visualize exactly how that watch will look on my wrist.
Some online watch sellers have outstanding 3d images of their watches. Don't think I've seen this at any Russian watch sites though.