Is true that Poljot movement is the same as the movement used in Breitling watches?

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Is true that Poljot movement is the same as the movement used in Breitling watches?

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You almost got it right. There are different stories on how Poljot started the production of a chronograph movement back in 1975 as to who it obtained the equipment from and where it was imported from (read Poljot history). Some said it was imported from Glashuette in the then East Germany; some said it was direct from a factory in Swiss; and some others even said it was from the United States. Despite the different accounts, the pictures and write-up by RageRover, below, reveal the truth. Posted by: RageRover on Apr 29,2004 in http://forums.timezone.com/index.php?t=tree&th=323646&mid=799993&rid=0&rev=&reveal= I don’t care what people say about the quality of Poljot, EVERY experience I had was a GREAT one. I intend on purchasing more Poljots. As far as cost difference goes, the fact that one is Swiss, one is Russian, that alone in many people’s eyes is worth paying the extra money Many watchmakers have told me that the Valjoux is not the greatest of movements.

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You almost got it right. There are different stories on how Poljot started the production of a chronograph movement back in 1975 as to who it obtained the equipment from and where it was imported from (read Poljot history). Some said it was imported from Glashuette in the then East Germany; some said it was direct from a factory in Swiss; and some others even said it was from the United States. Despite the different accounts, the pictures and write-up by RageRover, below, reveal the truth.back to top Posted by: RageRover on Apr 29,2004 in http://forums.timezone.com/index.php?t=tree&th=323646&mid=799993&rid=0&rev=&reveal= I don’t care what people say about the quality of Poljot, EVERY experience I had was a GREAT one. I intend on purchasing more Poljots. As far as cost difference goes, the fact that one is Swiss, one is Russian, that alone in many people’s eyes is worth paying the extra money. Many watchmakers have told me that the Valjoux is not the greatest of movements. And I do beli

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