Sunday, July 26th, 2009 | Author:

When I saw this listing on eBay, it was listed as “VINTAGE RUSSIAN BOCTOK GENTS DIVERS WATCH”. Little did he know, it’s a Komandirskie with “заказ По CCCP” !

Boctok Komandirskie

For those who can’t catch my excitement, the Восток Командирские / Vostok Komandirskie is a Commanders watch and “заказ По CCCP” translated to “By the order of Ministry of Defense of USSR”. It was a military issued watch, a civilian version is available, but it will be “Сделано в СССР”/ “Made in CCCP” instead of “заказ По CCCP”

Movement: Восток 2214 manual wind
Jewels: 17
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date calendar

It has a screwed in crown, however I not very sure on the water resistance rating.

A wrist shot
Wrist shot

Category: Boctok, Personal, Watches
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3 Responses

  1. 1
    Arthur Anderssen 


    I just wanted to share my experience with Komandirskie 2426b, last year I swum with that watch every day for four days and it worked excellently, its waterresistancy is alright unless one should not deep sea diving(scuba diving etc).

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    Does anyone know where to service the Vostok Amphibians in Singapore apart from Red Army? I have one that seems to stop the moment I don’t wear it. I’ve asked Red Army before but they quote a S$75 labour charge before servicing charges! It’ll be cheaper to buy a new one from the internet at that rate.


  3. 3

    Servicing mechanical movements are never cheap, so many watchmakers refused to work on Russian movements.

    Try visiting K2 at Tanjong Katong Complex

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