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Russian Ratnik 6e4-1 watch, Digiflora

Russian Ratnik 6e4-1 watch, Digiflora

Price 125.99 USD excluding VAT

While Ratnik does indeed sound like some East European movie bad guy, it's actually the new Russian combat kit system. A part of it is this automatic wristwatch, which is sturdy enough to be used as a weapon on its own.

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While Ratnik does indeed sound like some East European movie bad guy, it's actually the new Russian combat kit system. A part of it is this automatic wristwatch, which is sturdy enough to be used as a weapon on its own.

Do you like watches? Have you ever dreamt of one that can withstand an electromagnetic pulse and a 9 mm bullet? Do you consider a camouflaged commando bracelet a nice bonus? If you answered "yes" or "maybe" to any of these, then this watch is for you! This ain't no toy and is actually pretty damn affordable for an automatic watch.


Automatic watch, which means all wrist movements wind the mechanism - no need for batteries. This also grants the benefit of the watch being EMP-proof! When the apocalypse comes, at least your watch works.

Developed to work anywhere, be it hot, cold, moist or dusty. Operation range from +100 to -100 Celsius (-148 F to 212 F). For those who use other systems, +100 degrees Celsius (212 F) is the boiling point of water.

Waterproofness rating 3 ATM, submersible up to 20 meters / 65 ft.

Shockproof to ridiculous specs: the Russian army claims the watch can take a 9 mm bullet in the face from 15 metres / 50 ft. Even if it was 50 meters / 164 ft, it's still quite impressive.

The hands and dots are fluorescent so you will be able to read this in total darkness. Necessary in Russia.

A commando wristband is included. This is of course Digiflora camouflaged. you can either cover the watch or keep it visible.

Materials and dimensions

  • Made of stainless steel, strap made of leather
  • Case measurements 4.5 x 5 x 1.5 cm / (1.7" x 2" x 0.6")
  • Weight with cover wristband 240 grams / 85 oz.

Made in Russia

These are just the same stuff the Russian army uses. The condition is usually brand new.


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I would recommend for a friend

01.09.2019 (Edited 16.10.2019)
No nyt on kunnon Kello isolla K:lla.
Eipä oo monella tällästä ranteessa. Kyllä Neuvostoliitossa osataan!
On kestävä ja hiano. Ei edistä eikä jätätä (ainakaan mun Kelllo).
Näppärä kellonhihna kun tottuu, otin omasta ton Digiflora rannekkeen pois ja pidän ihan
vaan simppeliä nahkahihnaa.
Täytyy sanoo että tästä tuli heti mun suosikki kello.
Huomion arvoinen asia:
Täytyy pitää ranteessa jotta käy.
Noin 1/2 vuorokautta(?) pöydällä ni virta loppuu..(ku ei oo sitä patteria)
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I would recommend for a friend

I'm a collector of Russian watches and this one is particularly cool. In a lot of ways it is standard fare for a Russian watch; if you've got a Vostok, you probably know how this works. It has an auto-wind mechanism that seems to work but is *really loud*. I can hear it jingle now and then when I move my arm. All automatic mechanisms make noise as far as I know, but this is the loudest of the lot.

Also the outer ring on my watch is super lose. It's not going to fall off, but it spins freely and won't stay in place. That's okay, though, because there's no *marker* on it in order to use the outer ring. Usually there's a red dot or something so you use it, but, this is just a uniform set of dots and dashes. I'd consider painting one of the dots red, but, the ring spins too easily to make it worth while.

That all being said, it's a Russian watch, so you go into it expecting to buy two in case one of them arrives broken. In the grand scheme of things, this is pretty well put together and I don't feel like it's going to break on me. The face is exceptionally readable and it is an attractive watch. It does come out of the wrist band (with a little effort, it's not exactly casual) and once out it is a pretty normal looking thing with a very interesting clasp mechanism that does a good job.

Perhaps the best thing about it is it is an *actual* Russian military watch and not a trinket-watch like so many of them out there are, which is pretty cool. I'd say this is a must-have for collectors, and a reasonably good choice for someone who wants a basic watch and would like something more interesting than your usual thing.
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joe j. 15.12.2019
When will this be restocked?
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