This Men’s USSR watch from Sekonda has a manual wind movement with inbuilt alarm – again mechanical – which is working well.


This is interesting (well, at least to us!).  Sekonda watches are normally difficult to date, or impossible, but this one is different.  This movement was only introduced in 1990, but at the end of 1991 the USSR was formally disbanded.  As the dial on this watch is signed USSR, the watch has to be from 1991 or very close by.


​These Russian Sekonda watches are built to last (unlike the modern ones in our humble opinion!).  The case has a couple of small dents on the sides, most notable at 2, but has lost no gold plate.  The crystal has a small crack at 9, so this will be replaced when the watch is serviced.  The crown at 4 winds and sets the time, while the crown at 2 winds and sets the alarm.  The black dial looks great, with the lume still strong.

This watch will be supplied with our Certificate of Authenticity.

Please see the HD video below for more detail.


Width with crowns  36.9 mm

Width without crown  36.2 mm

Between lugs  18 mm

Lug to lug length  41.9 mm

Bracelet maximum length   n/a

Thickness  12.3 mm

All sizes are approximate



£SOLD including 1 months guarantee and free delivery to UK addresses.