Case: Stainless steel with rotating bezel and integrated bracelet, singed. Screw-down chronograph pushers and crown. Crown guard. Signed.
Dial: Black with luminous numerals, hour plots, and hands. Hours, minutes, and subsidiary seconds at 9 o’clock. Chronograph with central minutes counter. 24 hour indicator at 12 o’clock, and hour register at 6 o’clock. Day and date apertures at 3 o’clock. Signed.
Diameter: 38.5mm, with a thickness of 15mm.
Movement: Self-winding, Lemania caliber 5100. 17 jewels.
Condition: Extra mint, with specs within COSC. With original carrying case, extra straps, and strap changing tool.
More about Fortis:
Fortis, a Swiss company, has cooperated with the Russian space industry since the 1990s. The present watch, the Official Cosmonauts Chronograph, was released in 1994 and became the first watch to be officially approved for use by the Russian Space Agency (ROSKOSMOS). The The Ref. 606.22.142 accompanied cosmonauts on missions from 1994 to 2003.