Mechanical self-winding movement Vostok 2431.01 with 31 Ruby jewels. Power reserve 31 hours. Central second hand. Shock-proof balance.
24-Hours dial. All stainless steel case. Mineral crystal glass. Screw-down winding head. Transparent back cover.
Water resistant 100 meters (10 ATM).
Diameter 47 mm, thickness: 13 mm, height of the winding crown: 0.9 mm, diameter of the crown: 11 mm. Weight of the watch with strap – 142 grams.
Black dial, luminous hands.
Limited edition 1500 pieces. Serial number on the caseback # xxxx / 1500.
High quality genuine leather strap (width 24 mm).
Made in Russia (2021).
2 year warranty.
K-278 Komsomolets was the only Project 685 Plavnik (Плавник, meaning "fin", also known by its NATO reporting name of "Mike"- class) nuclear-powered attack submarine of the Soviet Navy. On 4 August 1984 K-278 reached a record submergence depth of 1,020 metres (3,350 feet) in the Norwegian Sea. The boat sank in 1989 and is currently resting on the floor of the Barents Sea, one mile deep, with its nuclear reactor and two nuclear warheads still on board. The single Project 685 was developed to test technologies for Soviet 4th generation nuclear submarines. Although primarily intended as a developmental model, it was fully combat capable, but sank after a fire broke out in the aft engineering compartment on its first operational patrol.