For many years, horology was considered one of the most precise and difficult branches of engineering. Reliability, scale and innovation are just the top of an iceberg for companies wanting to produce reliable and fashionable watches with automatic movements. Lots of smaller brands aren’t capable of producing their own parts and in most cases decide… Continue reading Wars from Błonie
I got this watch with the idea of opening it and taking a look at the movement. That will happen in a few weeks once I have my watch tools with me, but for now, I just did a quick photoshoot. I wish I knew how to find out the year the watch was made.… Continue reading A turquoise Poljot from the 80’s
I was a six years old boy in 1992 when my grandpa passed away. As my dad told me, this watch was grandpa’s daily wearer for years but he stopped using it at some point. My dad didn’t know why and frankly, he forgot about the watch until we found it a few years ago.… Continue reading Only for special occasions.