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Konstantin Chaykin
The only watch brand that completely produces luxury watches in Russia. Konstantin Chaykin and his manufactory are known to connoisseurs of watchmaking all over the world, the brand is recognized by the world professional community as one of the most creative and original
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Uglich by Colibrica design
Sergey Volkov's watch atelier from the ancient Russian town of Uglich on the banks of the Volga (Yaroslavl region, exists since 937), the former center of the Soviet watch industry (where the Chaika factory was located). "Uglich" here is the brand name, and "Colibrica design" is the name of the atelier
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MII
The MII brand was founded in Moscow in 2011 by Alexander Belousov. MII (M2 or M Two I) is an abbreviation — Ivan Ivanovich's Manufactory, a creative pseudonym under which different watchmakers can work at different times. The philosophy of the brand is to make original watches. The in-house manufacturing, hand finishing and an individual approach allow to produce parts that differ significantly from the serial ones in terms of quality and uniqueness. Love and part of the soul of their creators are put into MII products. Hundreds of hours of intricate and painstaking work leave an indelible mark that is inherent in art objects
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Spetsnaz
The brand of the Verny Hod company (a group of companies of the Trading House Slava). For collectors of Russian watches, the main watch under this brand is the legendary Cosmonavigator by Vladimir Dzhanibekov
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Zlatoust Watch Factory
The only descendant and heir of the First Moscow Watch Factory. Zlatoust divers are the most hardcore Russian watches. Firstly, the size and charisma — base case diameter is 60 mm, "monocoque" type cases, materials such as damask, titanium, marine bronze, zirconium, titanium-zirconium composite and meteorite. Secondly, everything is fundamentally done in Russia, down to metal and sapphire glass (no one else does this!)
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Mikhail Goncharov
Watch enthusiast, connoisseur of watchmaking, expert, and now also a manufacturer of Russian watches!
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Raketa
Russian manufactory with 300 years of history: Peter the Great established the Imperial Petergof Factory in 1721. But then it worked stones. They make watches in Petrodvorets/Petergof since 1961
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Sturmanskie
The first watch in space. Also spelled Shturmanskie (which is more correct)
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Slava
The first (despite the name "Second"!) Soviet watch factory (1924). High quality and affordable price made Slava a popular watches (or clocks), which were in any home, in any family. Today Trade House Slava produces modern watches designed for a wide range of customers
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Denissov
The company was founded by Vladimir Denissov in 1994. He began to work in the field of watchmaking in 1951 (which is now considered the year of the company's founding), at the 2nd Moscow Watch Factory, then worked in the Special Design Bureau of Watch Movements, headed the Research Institute of the Watch Industry, then was the chief designer of the 1st Moscow Watch Factory Poljot. Vladimir Denissov participated in the development of the 3133 chronograph movement, designed the first quartz movement in Russia
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Tsedro
The company was founded in April 2005 by Dmitry Tsedro in Moscow and is engaged in the manufacture of premium watches. All watches are made by hand, down to the smallest detail
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Anton Yaitsky
Samara's Anton Yaitsky and his team are the creators of one of the most beautiful Russian watches of all time — Blue Samara and Little Prince. Anton's principled position is that all watches are assembled only in Russia. The maximum number of components, as far as possible, is also manufactured in Russia