Selling my Poljot 3133 movement Flugkapitan Chrono. It has a sterile dial and is one of the best looking Poljot chronographs out there. Crystal is clean without any marks, the beadblast finish on the case has a few tiny hairline marks, but honestly they are hardly noticeable. It comes with a brown leather Di-Modell pilot strap.
Sometimes the chronograph second hand steps back a few seconds after hiring the chrono pusher. It doesn't happen all the time, but only if you depress the pusher too fast or too slow. It has been like that since I got the watch, and I was told it is a common issue with the 3133 movement. This was the only Poljot I have ever owned, so I didn't have any other examples to draw from and it never bothered me too much.
$265 net to me and I will include priority insured shipping in the CONUS.
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