Sobre el funcionamiento del Poljot 3133

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Hola amigos, soy el nuevo poseedor de un flamante Poljot Strela y me gustaria saber si hay alguna manera de cambiar el dia sin tener que dar vueltas y mas vueltas a las manecillas. Otra cosa que tambien veo es que los botones del crono hay que presionarlos con mucha fuerza (al principio creia que no funcionaban) quisiera saber si es normal.
A parte de esto........una maravilla, intento subir una foto.
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Antoni dijo:
Hola amigos, soy el nuevo poseedor de un flamante Poljot Strela y me gustaria saber si hay alguna manera de cambiar el dia sin tener que dar vueltas y mas vueltas a las manecillas. Otra cosa que tambien veo es que los botones del crono hay que presionarlos con mucha fuerza (al principio creia que no funcionaban) quisiera saber si es normal.
A parte de esto........una maravilla, intento subir una foto.
Saludos.
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pues si ,hay una manera; cuando haya saltado el día retrocedes desde las doce a las 11 menos 5 y oirás un click; avanzas otra vez a las doce y cambia de nuevo el día; repite esta operación tantas veces como días necesites pasar... viene un esquema en cirílico en las instrucciones...

en los otros poljot , en los vostok y en muchos suizos vintage hay que hacerlo retrocediendo de las doce a las ocho... y volviendo a las doce

y si los botones del crono van duros al principio , por cierto no resetear nunca cuando el crono este en marcha, siempre desde parado..
 
temazo

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Yo tengo el Poljot Ocean con el mismo calibre y, según recomienda el fabricante, la forma más rápida de cambiar la fecha es:

Adelantas las manecillas hasta que salte la fecha, en ese momento las haces retroceder hasta las 11:00 y vuelves a darle "pa' lante". Así sucesivamente vas saltando los días del calendario.

Me voy a aventurar a contestar la parte de los botones sin tener mucha idea, por favor, que me corrija alguien que sepa más si meto la pata.
Es normal que los botones estén duros porque es sistema de accionamiento del crono es por levas, si fuera por rueda de pilares sería más suave. Eso no es ni bueno ni malo, simplemente que el botón está un poco más duro. Tengo otro reloj con Valjoux 7750 y está igual de duro (el 3133 de poljot deriva de un Valojoux 7734).

Espero haber servido de ayuda. Un saludo.

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Más información sobre el 3133 de Poljot:

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Antoni

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Gracias a todos.

Y otra cosita....:D En el crono no hay parcial verdad?? cuando se para solo se tiene la opcion de resetearlo ¿es asi?
Y ya puestos una ultima cosita ¿para que sirve la esferita central?
Gracias a todos.
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Una prejuntita (no se si me tachareis de novato pero...)sobre el Poljot con calibre 3133, para darle cuerda se gira hacia delante o hacia atra, es decir mirando de frente la rueda, en sentido de las agujas del reloj o al revés.

Gracia, y perdón por mi ignorancia.
 
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me ha gustado mucho el reportaje y el reloj.... una pasada ese dugena con sus agujitas amarillas,
gracias por el enlace:ok::
 
eufrasia

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buscando en el baul de los recuerdos encontre esto, esta todo el mundo de acuerdo en que para cambiar la fecha rapidamente se use este procedimiento? hay algun cadaver de un poljot por hacer esta operacion?

Yo tengo el Poljot Ocean con el mismo calibre y, según recomienda el fabricante, la forma más rápida de cambiar la fecha es:

Adelantas las manecillas hasta que salte la fecha, en ese momento las haces retroceder hasta las 11:00 y vuelves a darle "pa' lante". Así sucesivamente vas saltando los días del calendario.

Me voy a aventurar a contestar la parte de los botones sin tener mucha idea, por favor, que me corrija alguien que sepa más si meto la pata.
Es normal que los botones estén duros porque es sistema de accionamiento del crono es por levas, si fuera por rueda de pilares sería más suave. Eso no es ni bueno ni malo, simplemente que el botón está un poco más duro. Tengo otro reloj con Valjoux 7750 y está igual de duro (el 3133 de poljot deriva de un Valojoux 7734).

Espero haber servido de ayuda. Un saludo.

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juli

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Así lo hago yo en mi Poljot Journey. En la carta de Julian Kampmann que venía con el reloj, te explica que es así como hay que hacerlo, así que no creo que sea perjudicial para el movimiento.
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Ya te han explicado lo que querías. Y ahora un secretito en voz baja: te has comprado el reloj que mejor tiene la relaación calidad-precio de todo lo que existe. Es imposible que te dan más reloj por lo que te has gastado por ese POLJOT STRELA:
En-ho-ra-bue-na.
 
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aca'sta !!!!!

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olympus1

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Me quedo con:
I personally have not seen one counterfeit in my 15 years of dealing with these watches.
O sea que ningún problema. Lo dicho : compra ex-ce-len-te.
 
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...coincido contigo al 100%...pero con la entrevista hay algo en lo que discrepo..eso de que no hay bostok mecanicos falsos...como que no:-(...sí que los hay:-(( :-(( y encima chapuzas,son capaces de copiar un peluco suizo a la perfeccion y no son capaces de copiar bien un boctok,fijate que bisel,corona,las letras a las 6 mal puestas y que agujas...lo que demuestra que,para poderlos vender al mismo precio que los autenticos,tienen que intentar contener al maximo el coste de fabricacion,pero son incapaces de hacerlo mejor a esos precios,hasta para los chinos,lo cual da mas valor a estos bichitos bonitos,duros fiables y de precios de risa:ok::
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yo me quedo con esto

How does the quick change of date work on the chronograph?
After a manual change of date you just turn the hands backwards onto position ‘10’ and then forwards past the number ‘12’. With each of these settings, the date moves forward 1 day! To change the date on a hand-wound watch without chronographic function, the hands must be turned back to position ‘8’.

que por ahora es lo unico que me preocupaba
 
eufrasia

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wenas, aqui pone que el crono no puede funcionar mas de 30 minutos, alguien sabe algo de esto?

ATTENTION, PLEASE

1. The Model 3133 movement includes a chronograph timer. This is activated by pushing the timer button.
2. For stopping the timer it is required to press the timer button once more.
3. For setting the timer to the zero position it is required to press the reset timer button.
4. The timer is intended solely for measuring short time intervals.
5. CAUTION: Pressing the reset timer button while the timer is running will cause a failure of the mechanism!
6. Use timer 30min max ! It is not made to run all the time - your watch will gain or loose time!
 
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