Expedition NORTH POLE-1 Chronograph Line
NORTH POLE1 was the first Soviet manned drifting station used for scientific hydrological and geographical research of polar area.
The North Pole-1 polar station was opened on June 6, 1937 some 20 kilometers from the North Pole and operated for 9 months, during which the ice floe travelled 2,850 kilometers. The expedition ended 75 years ago Eon February 19, 1938 the Soviet ice breakers took four polar explorers Ehydrobiologist Piotr Shirshov, geophysicist Yevgeny Fiodorov, radioman Ernst Krenkel and the leader Ivan Papaninov Efrom the station close to the eastern coast of Greenland.
・Japanese automatic movement (manual winding possible, no battery needed)
・Center chronograph hand sweeps very smoothly in 1/4 second increments
・Battery life: up to 3 years
|FUNCTIONS||・Second stop function (for precise time adjustment)60-minutes-chronograph with stop/split function and timing up to 59 minutes 59 seconds
・Date calendar with quick setting via the crown
・Quick-Reset function for the counters of the second/minute chronograph
|CASE MATERIAl||Stainless steel, black PVD plated|
|CASE DIMENSIONS||47ÁE7 mm watch case with screw-in crown|
|WATER RESISTANCE||20 ATM|
|GLASS TYPE||Enhanced, hardened K1 crystal|