Take a look back at the seminal moments in the life and times of the USSR through the CCCP collection.

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BADYGIN

CP-7040-01

Black / Black

User Manual:EN

Konstantin Sergeyevich Badygin (1910-1984) was a Soviet Naval officer, explorer author and scientist. He is best remembered and honoured for his Captaining of the Icebreak Sedov, which was stuck near the North Pole for an extraordinary 812 days before being rescued. During that time however, the crews, scientists, and sailors on board performed measurements, observations and reading that greatly enhanced our understanding of the Polar caps. After his return Badygin was awarded the Order of the Red Star and became a hero of the Soviet Union.

The Watch is equipped with a unique "Canteen" crown which helps with protection of the watch against the elements. Each index is uniquely applied by hand and is facetted for a extra contrast and readability. There is a seconds display read out at the 2 o'clock position with a secondary hand capable of reading out a second time zone from the dial.

Features

Movement

Swiss Part Quartz 2 Hands with Small Second and GMT

Case

Stainless Steel

Dial

Black

Dial Details

Applied Index

Subdials

Small Second

Band

Black Genuine Leather Strap

Specification

Case Size

43mm

Case Thickness

12mm

Strap Width

20-18mm

Lens

Hardened Mineral Lens

Water Resistance

5 ATM

Warranty

2 Years International