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MOLNIA 81322

This Rusia Air Force clock was made in the Siberian town of Tschelabinsk, in a factory that also produces the MOLNIJA watches, (Molnia means lightning) this clock is the successor of the MIG-15’s Wostok Flyer (with had a Jaeger Chronoflite copy movement). It equipped practically all of the planes from the Pact of Warsaw during the Cold War as the emblematic MIG 21.

Although the dial is very similar to its antecessor’s the movement is completely different. It has two barrels that can be winded for at last 5 days. It has 22 jewels.

lLike all Russian clocks, it has inside a electrical heating allowing the clock works with temperature below -21ºC or -6º F.

The clock shows time, time of flight and has chronograph with minutes counter.

Left knob allows to wind the clock counterclockwise and pulling out to set the time the center second hand works with the clock, by pushing it starts the elapsed time funtion, the next time stops it and the third finally reset it to cero.

 

The right knob stops all functions by stopping directly the balance throught a wire, turning right the knob the balance is released and all clock functions starts to work again, by pushing this knob starts the chrono in the lower dial, with has a seconds hand and a 60 minutes counter hand.

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