Venture 90º North to the middle of the Arctic Ocean where constantly shifting sea ice blanket the surface, and you’ll find yourself in the North Pole. The extreme conditions here require equipment that can keep up with the demands of a shifting environment. Sturmanskie watches were instrumental in Russian history and exploration.
In 1957, the Russian government ordered a series of “Arctic Ewatches to be developed for the first Soviet expedition to the North Pole. These legendary timepieces have been reproduced and handcrafted in the same manner they once were nearly sixty years ago. Today, “Arctic Ewatches are worn by polar explorers and members of the Russian Geographical Society.
・Russian automatic movement (manual winding possible, no battery needed)
・Central second, minute and hour hands
・With built-in safety device which keeps the spring from overwinding
・19.800 semi-oscillation per hour
・Power reserve: approx. 31 hours
|CASE MATERRIAl||Stainless steel PVD plated|
|CASE DIMENSIONS||42x13 mm|
|WATER RESISTANCE||3 ATM|
|GLASS TYPE||curved acrylic glass|