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Dennisov Watches

Dennisov Watch Company watch mechanismThe Russian “Denissov” watch company was founded in 1994 by Vladimir Andreevich Denisov, who has been producing watches since 1951. As s real watch craftsman, he's gone a long way from an apprentice to his own brand's proprietor. During the period of working as the “Poliot” First Moscow watch plant's main constructor Denisov took part in creating mechanical details for the 3133 model movement and designed the first Russian quartz movement. The new Denissov watch line is notable for its approach to the models' creation. The brand's products are characterized with durability, sustainability and solidity. The brand's collection are produced in limited edition. The brand also produces collectors' watches with exclusive and distinctive design. All models have their personal serial numbers, engraved on the inner sides of the cases. The materials, used in the watches' production, are natural and wear-proof. Most models are equipped with anti-shock movements. The straps are made of natural leather. High quality steel is used in the cases' production and the sapphire crystal, combined with unique packaging make  Denissov watch an elegant present. Every company's line is produced in honor of some important events, having left an imprint in history.
The company's basic watches are the famous “Poliot” chronograph and Swiss movements, produced by ETA brand. Denissov company is conservative in movements choice and it prefers mechanical ones, extasizing genuine watch connoisseurs. The company works in several directions: men's wrist watches, combining consistent classics and retro motives, exclusive sports pieces with high-technology potential, based on mechanics and widely favorable military style watches.

 The “Nautiulus” collection is a great example of this style. A famous American design engineer Dennisov Watch CompanyRobert Fulton designed and launched a small “Nautilus” ship in 1800. The watch, dedicated to the event, has a streamlined shape, comfortable for wearing. The watch with an automatic movement has a hexagon-shaped case, made of steel. The hands are covered with a light accumulating coating. There's a picture of a submarine on the dial. The crown can be screwed. The watch is water resistant up to 100 metres. The watch comes with a rubber strap.

 The “Enigma” line is a retro collection, dedicated to the original encryption machine's production. The German intelligence agents' correspondence was encrypted with its help and the United Kingdom cryptoservice managed to decrypt it only in the 40-s. An elegant watch with an automatic movement and a gilded steel case looks luxurious. The watch is furnished with sophisticated shaping on the side. The Arabic numerals on the dial are replaced with the Roman ones. The strap is equipped with a clip bucket and made of leather. The watch is water resistant up to 30 metres.

 The “Coalition” collection is dedicated to the anti-fascist states' alliance creation to fight against the fascist Germany. This men's wrist watch has a peculiar double inner part of the case, made of glass and on the outer part a bas-relief of one of the states' leader – I. Stalin, W. Churchill, T. Roosevelt or C. De Golle, – is minted. The elegant round case in retro style is made of stainless steel. The watch's peculiarity is its double inner case. The sapphire crystals and the natural leather straps give the models their special elegance.

 You can buy the brand's watches in watch boutiques, listing them for sale in all regions of the Russian Federation.

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