Following the war, the factory produced watches under the names of Victory and Salute. By the 1950s, the name Slava had been adopted. The factory also briefly produced watches under the name START. As well as producing wrist watches, the factory was also prolific in producing clocks, mainly alarm clocks and wall clocks. Both watches and clocks from the factory were exported abroad, not only to the Warsaw Pact countries but also to western countries such as the United
Kingdom, France and Germany. One of the strongest links to the west was the production of Slava watches for the British Company Sekonda. This relationship lasted from the 1960s until the collapse of the USSR.
The old factory building in Moscow has recently been demolished but the Slava company continues to be remembered for its contribution to the epic, legacy of skill and dedication of the watchmakers of the Soviet Union.