Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a perpetual calendar watch?
A: A perpetual calendar watch is a type of timepiece that automatically accounts for the varying lengths of months and leap years, displaying the correct date without the need for manual adjustment. It is a sophisticated complication that adds convenience and precision to a watch.
Q: What makes the Raketa Perpetual Calendar Watch special?
A: The Raketa Perpetual Calendar Watch is highly regarded for its craftsmanship and vintage appeal. Produced in the Soviet Union, these collectible watches showcase mechanical excellence and offer a glimpse into horological history. With its gold case and 40 mm size, the Raketa Perpetual Calendar Watch combines elegance and functionality.
Q: Can the perpetual calendar feature be adjusted for different time zones?
A: Yes, perpetual calendar watches can be adjusted for different time zones. However, it is important to note that adjusting the time zone may require additional adjustments to ensure the correct date and month are displayed accurately.
Q: Are these vintage watches in working condition?
A: Yes, the vintage watches, including the Raketa Perpetual Calendar Watch, are in working condition unless stated otherwise. We take pride in curating timepieces that are not only collectible but also functional. However, as with any vintage watch, some signs of wear and aging may be present, adding to their authentic character.
Q: Is there a warranty included with the purchase?
A: We offer a warranty for the Raketa Perpetual Calendar Watch and other vintage watches. The warranty period and terms may vary, so please refer to the product description or contact our customer support for more information.