One of the most famous of Russian watch manufacturers, Poljot has been an institution since the mid-1960s and remains to this day a popular watchmaker, offering elegant and durable pieces for both men and women. There are several different types of Poljot watches; some are vintage and some are brand new. No matter your choice, these delicate watches made in Moscow offer extraordinary movement, style and usefulness, and can easily become one of your most important accessories.Men’s Styles
Men’s styles vary with both the decade and type of watch desired. Like other men’s wristwatches, there are Poljot wristwatches available with both Roman and Arabic numerals as well as special chronograph pieces. Some of the early watches are wind watches with mechanical movement as well as alarms. Many of the bands are leather but there are also link watch bands as well as other materials.Watches for Women
Women’s Poljot watches are very similar to men’s styles, as there are faces with differing numerals, or watches that feature a chronograph style. Women’s watches are more delicate and the bands are slimmer, purposefully made to fit women’s wrists. Look for bands with differing colour styles, such as pink or fuschia, to match your existing ensemble.Watch Parts
As so many of the Poljot watches offered are vintage, there are also many different types of watch parts for sale. If you currently own a Poljot and it requires a quick fix (or in some cases, just a battery), it’s much more economical to find the replacement part and take the watch to a jeweller, as opposed to buying a brand-new timepiece. Look for band clamps, internal mechanisms, winds and batteries to help bring your Poljot back to life.Watch Bands
One of the most common pieces that requires replacement on vintage watches is the band. Or, sometimes wearers simply grow tired of their current band, and would like a replacement that more matches their modern style. There are many authentic Poljot bands for sale, both new and pre-worn, that are a perfect fit for both men and women’s watches. Many of the replacement bands are from the Moscow Poljot factory with differing colour choices and leather construction.