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After my recent experience with a certain Russian watch vendor, I had another hankering for an additional Russian watch, this time, a Slava. Browsed around the vendor's site, but nothing caught my eye until I saw this. I love the design, but I'm not that familiar with Slava so I figured I'd ask you guys. Thoughts?

From the seller's website:









Strap's kinda crappy, but that can easily be replaced.
 
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bentfish:
IMHO its a big Yay.
Enjoy Bro.
I have 2 Russian watches (or rather I did before my daughter talked
me outta one of em)
She has 2 Tag Formula Ones and she wants mine? Go figure! Ordering
another Amphibia Scuba Dude.

Lou Snutt
 

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Thanks guys. I was honestly on the fence as far as this piece was concerned. Out comes the credit card again!
 

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I have one Luch watch: does that count as being close enough to a Russian?

If you're okay with a decidedly non-COSC movement and a plated case, and as long as you're not dropping too many bills, I'd say go for it!

The one you've got your eye on is a real looker!
 

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I have one Luch watch: does that count as being close enough to a Russian?

If you're okay with a decidedly non-COSC movement and a plated case, and as long as you're not dropping too many bills, I'd say go for it!

The one you've got your eye on is a real looker!
I think Luch can be considered Russian.

The Slava in question is 55 bucks if my memory serves me right, so it's purely an aesthetic purchase.
 
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