Russian 24-hours watch Submarine Shchuka-B Black 52mm (rubber)
Movement Raketa 2623 H with 19 Ruby jewels. Hand-Winding. Power reserve: 42 hours. Central second hand. Shock-proof balance.
Stainless steel case Ø 52 mm; thickness: 13 mm. Mineral glass.
Water resistance 30 ATM / 300 meters.
Luminous hands and numbers.
Limited Edition 300 Units.
High quality rubber band. Width: 24 mm. Total strap length: 280 mm.
Made in Russia (2021).
2 year warranty.
Project 971 Shchuka-B ("Shchuka" meaning "pike", NATO reporting name "Akula") is a nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN) first deployed by the Soviet Navy in 1986. The class is also known under the name Bars (meaning "snow leopard"). There are four sub-classes or flights of Shchuka, consisting of the original seven Akula Is, commissioned between 1984 and 1990; six Improved Akulas, commissioned between 1991 and 2009; one Akula II, commissioned in 1995; and one Akula III, commissioned in 2001.