Bulova Regatta: El Reloj De Sir Roger Moore

@admin Hola queridos lectores. Si bien en The Russian Watch Corner hemos podido apreciar un reloj que ejemplariza perfectamente la década de los 60 en la Unión Soviética, yo os quería enseñar su homólogo norteamericano. Se trata del Bulova Regatta. Estados Unidos no fue inmune al cambio global que se… Leer más »Bulova Regatta: El Reloj De Sir Roger Moore

Sportivnie: What A Wonderful Era

@therussianwatchcorner The 1960s saw a global cultural change, once the end of the Second World War began to fade in people’s memories. Cities were rebuilt and people felt like enjoying life again. In the Soviet Union, believe it or not, the mood was the same. Many of us, when picturing… Leer más »Sportivnie: What A Wonderful Era

Slava Rattrapante. An Image That Shocked Me!

@therussianwatchcorner A little while back, whilst watching a video about the life of Yuri Gagarin, I saw an image that literally made me shiver, and which I share with you below. It shows the three watches that Soyuz flight commander Vladimir Komarov used during his failed and tragic space mission.… Leer más »Slava Rattrapante. An Image That Shocked Me!

The АЧХ0 Soviet Chronoflite

@therussianwatchcorner I have always been fascinated by air navigation chronographs. For decades, these high precision instruments helped pilots determine their position and flight path, in real planes and under real flight conditions. In this post we will be examining a piece of equipment which enabled the pilots to determine the… Leer más »The АЧХ0 Soviet Chronoflite

Pre-Soviet Watch Era: Pavel Buhre.

@therussianwatchcorner Hi comrades. Today, I shall feature what I consider to be a very special watch indeed. It is not a Soviet-era watch, rather a worthy representative of White Russia (if you have read Tolstoy, you will know what I mean). Normally, Russian watch enthusiasts tend to pay attention to… Leer más »Pre-Soviet Watch Era: Pavel Buhre.