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Historia De Los Relojes Rusos: 4ª Parte (Continuación)

En la continuación de la 4ª parte de nuestra “Historia de los relojes rusos” trataremos de ver y puntualizar los temas más importantes que dominaron la escena relojera soviética durante la década de 1970. Cubre el resto de divers recreativos, el gran crecimiento de las exportaciones, la controversia con los relojes militares y la entrada en escena de los relojes de cuarzo. Finaliza con un guiño al evento deportivo más importante de la década: las olimpiadas de Moscú.

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The Digital Revolution In The Soviet Union. Part 3

@thepocketwatchman As we discussed in the previous chapter, the progressive decrease in production costs, and the price charged consumers, led to the appearance of different models, with various functions, that satisfied user demand. If we examine catalogues of the era, we can appreciate the diversity of models and popularity of… Leer más »The Digital Revolution In The Soviet Union. Part 3

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The Digital Revolution In The Soviet Union. Part 2.

@thepocketwatchman The LED Display Beginnings As we learnt in the first part, early Soviet prototypes and experimental digital watch modules were based on LED displays. However, their high consumption and the technical difficulty of mass producing them led to the development of LCD displays. This is something that had already… Leer más »The Digital Revolution In The Soviet Union. Part 2.

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The Digital Watch Revolution In The Soviet Union

@thepocketwatchman A Relaxed Meeting It is relatively well known that when Mr. Leonid Brezhnev served as Secretary General of the Communist Party of the USSR, he instigated policies seeking to reduce tensions with foreign powers, in particular towards the USA. As a result of this initiative, the SALT (Strategic Arms… Leer más »The Digital Watch Revolution In The Soviet Union

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