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Russian Time. Krusenstern

Предметное фото часов «Время России. Крузенштерн» - крупный план

Konstantin Chaykin has dedicated his latest watch, ‘Russian Time. Krusenstern’, to Russia’s glorious naval history, where Adam Johann von Krusenstern (known in Russia as Ivan Fedorovich Kruzenshtern) played a vital role. In fact, he was the first representative of the Russian Empire to complete a voyage around the world. Krusenstern made his voyage in two small three-mast ships. Konstantin has chosen to depict these two ship on one side of the 44 mm case made of 18 karat rose gold. The ‘Nadezhda’ (Hope) is hand engraved to the right of the winding button, while the ‘Neva’ is on the left. There is a cabled design beginning at the rear of both ships and narrowing into the lugs.


The dial of the ‘Russian Time. Krusenstern’ watch forcibly reminds one of the immense size of Russia to this day. To start, Russia covers 11 time zones. The ‘Russian Time. Krusenstern’ watch contains a complication that was patented last year – it tells the time in all 11 Russian time zones using two apertures located on the top and the bottom of the dial. Both crescent-shaped apertures are divided into a light section for daytime hours and a dark section for nighttime hours. The central skeleton hands point at Roman numerals identifying hours and a minute scale on the perimeter of the dial and are set to the local time. Then the other 10 time zones in the apertures are set based on the central hands in 24-hour time. The top aperture lists the main city in each zone with lines leading to the necessary numerals. The same information is depicted on the bottom within a color coded map of Russia added to the dial using hot enamel divided by gold borders into 11 time zones. The central part of the dial under the skeleton hands has a hand-engraved border.


The success of Russia’s first voyage around the globe, at an average speed of 9 knots an hour, across the seas from St. Petersburg to Japan (6 seas and 3 oceans) is celebrated in a special world clock complication. The world clock module is attached to the ‘cote-de-Geneve’ decorated K01-7 caliber and has its own hand-winding button on the opposite side. The complication consists of a 24-hour disc which rotates and a double row of the names of famous cities engraved in a circle on the caseback – protected by a sapphire crystal. Time is indicated for each world time zone based on the time of day.



Movement: Proprietary caliber K01-7 hand wound, diameter - 37.7 mm, width – 9 mm.
Materials: Steel, brass, bronze
Frequency: 21 600 vph
Jewels: 19
Escapement: Anchor
Power Reserve: 48 hours
Accuracy: -20/+40 seconds per day
Functions: - Hour Indication - Minute Indication - Local Hour indication in 11 Russian time zones - Local Hour indication in 11 Russian cities - Day and Night Hour Indication - World Time indication


Diameter: 44 mm, thickness 13. mm
Materials: 18 karat rose gold, sapphire crystal on the front and back
Winding button: 18 karat rose gold, sapphire cabochon
Dial: Diameter of face 38.2 mm
Materials: Gold, enamel
Запас хода: 48 часов
Face: hand-engraved, rhodium
Hands: Skeleton, bronze, black nickel
Band: Natural leather with an18 karat rose gold clasp
Additional Details: Hand and laser engraving on the dial Hot enamel map of Russia Hand engraving on the body of the case.
The process of assembling the watch Russian Time. Krusenstern, installation of the case back
Assembly of watch  Russian Time. Krusenstern, installation of case back screws
Watch Russian Time. Krusenstern lie on their side, close-up
Watch Russian Time. Krusenstern lie on the sea rope
Watch Russian Time. Krusenstern next to the spyglass
Watch “Time of Russia. Kruzenshtern
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