Classic elegance in a vintage design.
Susdal is a historic city in Russia known for its rich cultural heritage and impressive architecture. It is characterized by beautiful Orthodox churches, monasteries, and buildings often painted in vibrant colors. The city is situated in a picturesque setting with gentle hills and rivers, making it a popular destination for visitors. The well-preserved old town of Susdal exudes a unique charm and offers insights into the country’s rich history and traditions. This is what inspired the new model “Susdal.”
In the case of the new “Susdal” model by Poljot-International, the watch dial plays a crucial role in its appearance. The size of the watch can be visually adjusted through the dial, and in this particular case, the dial has been made slightly smaller to give the overall rather large 43-millimeter case a vintage feel. This was achieved with the golden ring and the simple, vintage-style numerals. As a result, the watch appears smaller and exudes a subtle touch of retro-vintage. The second and minute markings have also been adjusted accordingly. Particularly elegant are the hour and minute hands, delicate and pointed at the end, harmoniously designed and perfectly integrated into the overall look.
The numbers on the dial are not ordinary prints or stickers. Instead, they are high-quality appliqués that add an extra touch of value to the watch. The dark brown band has been skillfully matched to the rose gold elements on the dial, giving the entire picture a harmonious appearance.
Inside this watch beats a hand-wound chronograph caliber, adorned with “Geneva stripes.” It impresses with a generous power reserve of 45 hours or 37 hours when the stopwatch function is activated. The stainless steel case with a diameter of 43 mm effortlessly adapts to any wrist and imparts timeless elegance to the watch.
The result is a watch that not only appears harmonious and elegant but also radiates an authentic vintage flair.