The Caspian Sea Monster Ekranoplan KM (Ground Effect Vehicle)- the biggest this type vehicle ever designed still holding the record for lifting the heaviest load off the ground.
It still holds the record for lifting the heaviest load off the ground (more even than the largest modern cargo plane Antonov An 225 “Mriya” can handle) and had an air of mystery around it for a long time, tested in secrecy on the Caspian Sea from 1966 to 1980 years.
|Movement||Miyota 6s21 quartz movement|
|Crystal||Hardened K1 Mineral Crystal with anti-reflective coating (the K1 crystal system provides the shatter resistance of mineral and the scrratch resistance of sapphire in one crystal. It is the optimum crystal for rugged, sports and adventure watches)|
|Luminosity||21 gtls tubes / 2 hairlights on hour / 2 hairlights on minutes / 1 hairlight on the second hand / 16 tubes on the dial ring mounted in reflectors|
|Crown||Screw down crown|
|Bezel||Uni-directional, diver style|
|Case Material||316L Surgical Grade matt-finished Stainless Steel black PVD coating|
|Case Width||47mm diameter (16mm thick)|
|Case Back||Etched back cover with engraved limited edition number|
|Strap Material||Black Silicon|
|Water Resistance||20 ATM -- 200 Meters -- 656 Feet|
|Other Features||Numbered Limited Edition|
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