Sekonda, gents alarm wrist watch, from the first half of the 1990s
The watch has a hand-winding movement, Poljot 2612.1, which is ticking away well and the time keeping is good to within 2 - 3 minutes over a 24 hour period. This particular model was sold under the Poljot name (Russian), Sekonda (British), and Cardinal (Canadian).
The watch measures 36.2 mm diameter excluding the winding crowns and 42 mm high including the lugs. The gold plated case has light surface marks from use and light wear to the edges but overall it is in nice condition. The case back has some wear to the edges around the stainless steel back.
The watch lens is in nice condition with only the odd minor mark.
The dial is signed Sekonda, 18 jewels with USSR at the bottom. The dial is in nice condition.
The watch has its original hands.
The alarm is set by way of the top winding crown (turn the alarm hand backwards) and this crown is also wound to power the alarm.