Vostok Europe

Vostok-Europe watches are the new definition in cost-effectiveness for automatic watches. Equipped with automatic Vostok movements from Russia and hand-assembled in Vilnius, Lithuania all Vostok-Europe watches are inspired by and named after a Russian achievement.

Vostok Europe

  • Ekranoplan
    The Ground Effect Vehicle, called “Ekranoplan” in Russian, carries massive payloads quickly and economically. The “Caspean Sea Monster”, which was designated the Ekranoplan KM, stands as the largest vehicle of this type ever designed and built. With a length of 100 meters and weighing in at 544 tons, he behemoth was powered by ten Dobrynin VD-7 turboject engines. The strikingly unusual plane holds the record to this day fro lifting the heaviest load ever off the ground, even more than the largest cargo plane of the modern era, the An 225 “Mriya” can handle. Shrouded in mystery, the craft was secretly tested on the Caspian Sea from 1968 to 1980. Following the success of the Sea Monster, the Russian ekranoplan program continued and led to the development of the 190 ton A-90 Orlyonok. As the most successful design in the class to date, the Orlyonok was in service in theSoviet Navy from 1979 to 1982. In 1987, Russia built the 400 ton “Lunclass” as a missle launcher, with its successor being renamed the Spasatel, which was intended to be a rescue vehicle, but it was never completed.
  • Anchar
  • N1 Rocket
    Super heavy Rocket N1 was created to launch Soviet cosmonauts to the moon, Mars and Venus, and to place huge space stations onto the orbit. It was the Soviet counterpart of the American Saturn-V The rocket N1 was a titanic feat of engineering consisting of 5 stages' Its first stage involved a cluster of 30 high-powered rocket engines using kerosene and liquid oxygen as fuel. However, the development of a heavy-lift launcher, needed for the lunar expedition, was plagued with political and technical problems. The N-1 Moon Rocket was replaced by the Energia Booster The Energia Booster used modified N-1 launch pads.
  • GAZ-14 Limousine
    The luxury car GAZ-14 stands as one of the greatest achievements in Soviet automotive history. Built exclusively for Soviet high-ranking officials and politicians from 1977 through 1989, these luxury sevens eaters were famous for their advanced technological design and comfort to rival any of the American juggernauts. Some of the high-end features for it’s day included automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. Air conditioning and advanced noise insulation. The multiple advancements in the GAZ-14 became a platform for innovations, designs and technologies incorporated into the mass production of many other Soviet-era model cars.
  • Expedition
  • ENERGIA Rocket
    The USSR holds the distinction of building the most powerful space launcher in history, the universal space rocket system with the super-heavy class carrier Energia. Created between 1976 and 1987, the rocket system represented a giant leap forward in Soviet science and technology. With a payload capacity of nearly 100 tons, Energia furthered the development of space research in unprecedented ways. The Soviet space program further intended the development of a whole range of unified heavy and super-heavy rocket-carriers based on the Energia model. The rocket class depended upon the special configuration of the side blocks and the modification of the central block, which would have allowed delivery into geostationary orbit of a wide array of objects up to 200 tons.
  • Lunokhod-2
    These new watches were designed by the Vostok-Europe team especially for use in different extreme activities - from deep diving to space explorations.
  • AN-225 MRIYA
  • ALMAZ Space Station
    The „ Almaz Space Station“ is the name of basic project of Soviet space station created at the beginning of 60-ties. All Soviet orbital stations ( „ Saliut“ and „ Mir“ ) and modern Russian block of ISS (International Space Station) were biult on base of the same Almaz project.
  • Special Edition

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