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The technical nature of the calendar complication invented by Konstantin Chaykin for the “Hijra” watch is complemented by an interesting, carefully thought out and executed décor. This attitude is characteristic of Chaykin’s entire watch collection, which creates a precious feeling of unity with all its obvious versatility.

Hijra watch against the background of the dial of a Muslim table clock

Watch features


  • assembly of parts embedding the dial in the case
    embedding the dial in the case embedding the dial in the case
    Hands setting of the Hijra watch
    embedding glass in the case of the Hijra watch
    screwing the back of the Hijra watch

"Hijra" - The watch with an Islamic calendar

The harmonious combination of the strict external design of the watch with the décor’s traditional Islamic elements best portrays a modern view of the cultural and historical heritage of the Islamic civilization. All the numerals, as well as the names of the days of the week and months on the dial are written in the Arabic language, understandable for the majority of Muslims in the world. The traditions of Islamic architecture are reflected in the shape of the hands – the hour hand is made in the form of the dome of a mosque, and the minute hand like a minaret. The Islamic calendar date indicator hand is crowned with the most famous symbol of Islam – the crescent. addition, the watch shows the days of the week and the moon phases. The perfect finishing of the movement and the noble watch decoration eloquently testify its belonging to Haute Horlogerie.

Hijra watch - Black dial close-up


The calibre K.01-2 M of the “Hijra” watch was developed by Konstantin Chaykin and is equipped with his Hijra Islamic calendar complication invention. The movement was made entirely at the Konstantin Chaykin manufactory and is made according to the standards of haute horlogerie. Components finished using classical techniques: striped andperlage; fine longitudinal and circular grindings; manual chamfering, polishing; polished screw holes, pins and jewels; spherical polishing of the axel tips; and galvanized plating of rhodium and gilding. A distinctive feature of the movement is the use of four gold ouches, and a “Pacman” branded thermometer (a device developed by Konstantin Chaykin to fine tune the effective length of the spring).

Caliber: K. 01-2M with hand winding by Konstantin Chaykin manufacture

Accuracy: +/-15 seconds per day

Power Reserve: 48 hours

Photo of the movement Hijra watch


Case dimensions: diameter 42 mm


Place your order to get this timepiece. We will create a personal account for you and send a contract template via e-mail. Afterwards, we will contact you to clarify the details of your order. Note that the manufacturing period is from 12 months.

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