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SEKONDA-B6-02

SEKONDA-B6-02

SEKONDA-B6-02

SEKONDA-B6-02

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> CASING

Chrome plated base-metal

SEKONDA | B6-02

> CALIBRE

> WATER RESIST

> ORIGINAL PRICE

> BRACELET NO.

FUNCTIONS >

B6-02

NONE

N/A

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RELEASED | 1974

Although I tink this particular watch dates from 1977 this is the B6-02(or possibly 01) the first russian built digital watch(according to sources). This information may change as I find out more about digital watches made in the USSR. I found this in a thread on a forum "Possibly as early as 1974, ZIM in Kuybyshev was producing LCD digital watches (model B6-02). Russian sources confirm that this was the first Soviet digital watch. This bulky, primitive watch had 4 digits displaying hours and minutes only. Strangely there was 3 setting buttons. The third one was to zero the seconds, even though they weren?t displayable! This watch was produced in several case styles, and was even exported. The only other offering from ZIM was in the 1980s; a very basic 4-digit LCD (calibre 30351) in what looked like the modified case of a mechanical Pobeda watch. ZIM digitals were sold with the following brand names: ZIM, Elektronika, Pobeda and Sekonda."

 

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