⌚ Unique Design: Made in Russia | Amphibian 420 style case | 40 mm Polished stainless steel case | 5-ring ZULU nylon strap.
⌚ Durable and Solid: Automatic VOSTOK 2416B Self-winding movement | 31 Ruby jewels | 31 hour Power reserve | Anti-shock (shock resistant) balance | Screw-down crown.
⌚ Reliably Protected: Water resistant to 200 m (660 ft) 20 Bar | Suitable for swimming, snorkeling, diving.
⌚ Perfect Gift: Beautiful matte black dial | Metallic polished luminous hands | Luminous markers | Bi-directional bezel | Stainless steel caseback with with “Amphibia” logo in Russian | Men's watch is the perfect gift for the holiday, family, and yourself. The legendary Russian Automatic Self-Winding watch mechanism movement men's watch is a gift for fathers, boyfriends or other male students and colleagues, and is ideal for winning hearts of friends and family.
⌚ Excellent Customer Service: If you encounter any product quality or function problems after receiving the watch, please contact us in time to solve the problem for you. Generally, you will receive a response within 12 to 48 hours after sending the message. Communication can solve 99% of problems. Welcome to write to us!
VOSTOK company story starts back in 1942, when one of the Moscow watch-making plants has been evacuated from Moscow to a little town Chistopol located on the Kama River. Defense equipment was the only company output during war years, but as soon as the war was over VOSTOK started to make mechanical wrist watches - the main production item ever since. In 1965 Vostok company was appointed an official supplier of watches for the Defense Department of the Soviet Union. This year marks the creation of the world-famous "Komandirskie" ("Commander") watch. Military watch grew very popular even with people who were unaware which end of the gun bullet comes off, mainly due to high precision, excessive reliability and durability. The appearance of the watch also contributes to its appeal - functional and clear-cut design invoked the feeling of belonging to the tough world of combat professional. The experience which VOSTOK gained through development of the army watch was the foundation of our next special watch - "Amphibian". This impressive timepiece in stainless-steel case endured the depth of 200 meters - kind of a wrist submarine. Success of the professional watches determined the company's present philosophy - to create mechanical watches maintaining precise timekeeping at any temperature, in any environment, surviving heavy pressure and blows. The viability of the chosen strategy is now time-proven. A vast multitude of people both in Russia and abroad boasting "VOSTOK" watches and various international prizes awarded for high quality and commercial success testify to this. Vostok Trading is a long-term partner of VOSTOK Watch Factory in the U.S.
A Definitive Travel Guide to Australian Towns and Destinations
More and more people are travelling around Australia. They arrive in a town, look around, head off to the local Visitor Information Centre and are told about the local attractions – possibly a museum, an historic building, a theme park or a National Park.
There is one question that is rarely asked and rarely answered: “Why are we here?” It is the vital question because it gives context and meaning to activities which, otherwise, amount to little more than gawping.
Some questions are obvious.
“Why are we at Mount Augustus in Western Australia?”
“Because most Australians think that Uluru is the largest monolith on the continent but, in reality, Mount Augustus, a massive rock which can be seen from 70 km away, is significantly larger and more impressive.”
Some questions open up the wonders of the country and the continent.
“Why are we walking up the aisle of the St Finbarr’s Catholic Church in Quilpie, western Queensland?”
“Because we want to inspect the altar made from boulder opals. It is possibly the only altar of its kind in the world.”
This travel guide covers all the well-known attractions and introduces the reader to Australia in all its eccentricity and uniqueness.
Aussie Towns on YouTube
Each day, and every day, there is a post on https://www.facebook.com/aussietowns/ which tries to enrich these entries by telling a story – some history, some quirky, some overviews – about a specific town. Check it out.