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View Full Discussion This is a nice watch, I own similar one with different dial design - Gagarin version:
Case is solid and movement is a workhorse.
Price is a bit steep IMHO, $150-200 would be more attractive.
That Sturmanski one looks very nice. It has a second crown to move the 24h dial though doesn't it? The one here on drop doesn't and so can't have a second time zone (which is stated in the text- probably cribbed from somewhere else). Otherwise the 24h dial is more of a day night indicator (useful in the Arctic maybe, but not so much here).
Second crown on my watch is for rotating the scale on the edge on the dial.
The watch in the drop has a small hand for showing the time on 24-hour scale, but that's the same time as is shown by the main hands. As such the watch in the drop (unlike mine) is not really a GMT watch, as it shows the same time zone on both scales.