Sturmanskie Gent's Limited Edition Moonphase Watch with Genuine Leather Strap
This stunning men’s Moonphase watch is styled with a tough mineral lens, date window detail and classic stainless steel case. The smart moonphase detail sits amongst baton and Arabic 12 o’clock numerals.
Features and Specifications
- MOVEMENT: Russian Poljot 310579 Mechanical Movement
- JEWELS: 19
- WATER RESISTANCE: 3ATM Water Resistant up to 30m / 98ft – Suitable for everyday wear and will withstand accidental splashing, but not swimming
- CASE: Stainless Steel
- CASE DIAMETER: 42mm
- HANDS: 3
- NUMERALS: Arabic Numerals at 12 / Remainder Batons
- LENS: Mineral Glass
- FUNCTIONS: Hours, Minutes and Seconds / Date Window / Moonphase
- WARRANTY: 2 Years
- 1 x Sturmanskie Gagarin Gent's Limited Edition Watch with Poljot Russian Movements and Genuine Leather Strap
- 1 x Guarantee Information
- 1 x Box
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About the Brand
About the Brand: Sturmanskie
The brand was born in 1949 during Soviet time and its watches were the standard issue to all air force pilots at that time and were never sold in shops. In April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first human to travel into space and during his historic flight he wore a Sturmanskie wristwatch – which thus became the first watch worn in outer space and worked well in the zero-gravity enviroment. The present collection of the brand is a tribute to the rich historical past of the brand and improved with modern elements and movements.
Holding the distinction of being the first watch in space on the wrist of Yuri Gagarin, puts the Sturmanskie brand truly in a stand-alone class. Add to this the record for a watch deployed the longest in a zero-gravity environment, and Sturmanskie is truly the leader in space horology.
Built today by the Volmax company of Moscow, Russia, the brand has seen significant developments since Gagarin wore the simple, 17-jewel model in his Vostok capsule. With chronographs, world timers, mechanical alarms and styles up to 45 milimeters in case size, today's Sturmanskie combines history and modernity in ways few other brands can.
Sturmanskie, which translates as navigator in Russian, has kept time on the International Space Station, in open space and even in deep sea subs. As one of the most prolific brands used by the Russian Navy, Sturmanskie is as ready for life below the waves as it is above the clouds.