Vostok Europe Rokas Pulksteņi

The first Vostok Europe watches had Russian Vostok movements. Later, the company started using Japanese-made movements. The company's Lunokhod-2 model was launched at 2012's BaselWorld trade show with a movement made by Switzerland's Soprod company which is part of the Festina. That model, a limited edition of 3,000, also had vertically mounted Swiss tritium tubes marking the hours and an automatic helium release valve, to equalize the pressure inside and outside of the watch after dives. In 2014, Vostok Europe was the first company to produce a watch utilizing the new column-wheel NE88 movement by Seiko Instruments, as an alternative to the widely used Valjoux 7750

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