With this timepiece, Poljot International pays tribute to Yaroslavl, which is one of the oldest towns in Russia. In the Middle Ages, the most important trade routes of the country intersected here at the banks of the river Volga. The Trans-Siberian railway lines also pass through Yaroslavl.
To this day the town remains a historical and cultural hub. The Old Town area is one of the most magnificent places in Russia, and since 2005 belongs to the World Cultural Heritage Sites of the UNESCO.
Poljot-International dedicates the new automatic watch to this remarkable town. Made in Germany, this timepiece comes in a classically designed stainless-steel case with an elegant dial featuring dauphin hands.
The Yaroslavl watch is equipped with a Russian made calibre 2416 Slava automatic movement featuring double barrels. On the lower part of the dial you can find a date window surrounded by a sub-dial with inscriptions AUTOMATIC, 21 JEWELS, and DOPPELFEDERHAUS, which means double barrel.
The watch’s refined mechanical automatic movement with blue-dyed screws is visible through a glass back. Vaulted sapphire glass on the top protects this beauty against any impact from the outside. The watch is water resistant up to 5 atm.