Soyuz Watches – The Pride Of Moscow

Published: March 1st, 2009

I can’t think of many watches that can trace their history back to a secret armory in the dusty street of 1940s Moscow. In fact – there’s only one watch brand with that distinction: Soyuz watches.

Soviet leader Josef Stalin ordered the production of these watches and presented them to leaders of Soviet society as a measure of appreciation for hard work and integrity. If you weren’t in Stalin’s personal circle, you’d never have a chance to own a Soyuz watch!

But today, that’s changed. Once available only to leaders in Soviet society, Soyuz watches are now available to any watch connoisseur interested in adding a bit of history to their wardrobe.

Check out these top designer watches from Soyuz:

Soyuz 818 1 041 141 Constructor
Soyuz 818 1 041 141 Constructor
The Constructor boasts an incredibly complex 35 jewel self winding movement. By Soyuz the Russian watch company.£469.99

Soyuz 816 1 041 141 Officer
Soyuz 816 1 041 141 Officer
The Officer represents one of the top pieces in the Soyuz range with an impressive 28 jewel self winding movement. By Soyuz the Russian watch company.£355.99

Soyuz 807 6 81 SuperNova
Soyuz 807 6 81 SuperNova
The Soyuz Supernova, here with a luxurious 5micron gold plate and dark brown leather strap. Boasts a 20 jewel self winding automatic movement and 50m water resistance. By Soyuz the Russian watch company.£319.99

Soyuz 806 1 241 141 AstroNavigator II
Soyuz 806 1 241 141 AstroNavigator II
The Astor Navigator II automatice watch for the Cosmonaut in you. Features include a 20 jewel self winding movement and day and date displays. By Soyuz the Russian watch company.£254.99

Check out the full collection of Soyuz watches here.