Our customers have special advantages on every purchase in monobrand shops “Raketa” and as well as online, due to the new partner programs with Raiffeisenbank, Tinkoff and the instalment Halva card by Sovcombank:
— Get 10% discount with Raifaisenbank card;
— 10% cash-back for card holders of Tinkoff Bank’s;
— Installments for 6 months, first installment – 0%; overpayment – 0% with
You can find out more information at the official web sites of banks.
Petrodvorets Watch Factory is delighted to present the renewed Raketa “Seaman” watch model based on “Raketa — Avtomat” movement.
Historically, Petrodvorets Watch Factory supplied the Russian and Soviet Navy. Before and after the end of the Great Patriotic War the factory supplied factory with various instruments. Since the early 1950s Petrodvorets Watch Factory started producing the watches for one of the most important Russian fleets: Pacific and Baltic.
In 2018, producing limited edition Raketa “Seaman” model, the watchmakers used the unique technology of printing on “Raketa — Avtomat” movement which has no equal in watchmaking. The decor on the movement reflects its Russian character. Through its transparent caseback the real watch lovers can see the marine pattern from Soviet times.
Raketa “Seaman” wrist-watch with 24-hours dial is decorated with Marine cardinal buoys and crew rotations. Numbers from “0” to “9” and the word “RAKETA” refer to International marine signal flags that are used to send messages between the ships.
Ideal for sailing around the world, Raketa ”Seaman” would also be suitable in everyday use. This Russian watch comes in a limited edition of 100 pieces. You can buy it at “Raketa”
monobrand shops or purchase online with free worldwide delivery.
Founded by Peter the Great in 1721. Petrodvorets Watch Factory is the Russia’s oldest factory. The Factory is producing watches under the brand “Pobeda” (meaning Victory in English) since the End of World War II. In 1961 the brand “Raketa” was launched in honor of the first man’s flight into space.
Petrodvorets Watch Factory is one of the rare watch factories in the world that fully manufactures its own movements from A to Z, including hairspring and escapement.
When you pay with Raiffeisenbank card, you get 10% discount in the official “Raketa” shops, as well as in our online-shop. Just enter the promo code on the shopping basket page.
Petrodvorets Watch Factory “Raketa” continues the tradition of collaborations with the leading Russian aviation enterprises.
“Sukhoi”, “Tupolev” supported the oldest manufacture in the country. Today Russian pilots wear Raketa “Tu-160” and “Sukhoi”. In 2018 Petrodvorets Watch Factory and “Ilyushin” produced a model based on the “Pobeda” watches: “Ilyushin” for Victory.
Collaboration with the aviation industry is an important direction for Petrodvorets Watch Factory. The history of collaboration goes back to the most difficult periods of the Great Patriotic War. At that time the factory employees in spite of blockade never stopped producing instruments for planes and military equipment.
After the war the factory has continued to carry out special orders for aviation industry. In 1961 Petrodvorets Watch Factory named its watches “Raketa” in honor of of the legendary flight of Yuri Gagarin.
Not only the history and unique “know-how” relates “Raketa” and Russian aviation industry, but also the opportunity to position itself as the native Russian brand. Petrodvorets Watch Factory is one of the rare watch factories in the world that fully manufactures its own movements from A to Z, including hairspring and escapement.
These watch models are available in the official “Raketa” shops in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg and online.
“Raketa” shop opening in Ekaterinburg in the mass media:
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Now the card holders of Tinkoff Bank’s get 10% cash-back on every purchase in our monobrand shops “Raketa” in Moscow and St. Petersburg and also in the official online shop. Hurry up to buy until May 21st, 2018!
Due to the new partner program with the installment card “Halva” from SOVCOMBANK, our customers have special advantages:
— Purchase online and at the exclusive shops “Raketa” in Moscow and St. Petersburg;
— Installments for 6 months, first installment 0%;
— Without overpayment!
«здесь можно оформить карту Халва»!
Petrodvorets Watch Factory “Raketa” is opening it’s 4th exclusive boutique. This time in Ekaterinburg’s historical center: Vainera street, 16A
After a successful opening on Moscow’s emblematic Tvreskaya street, in Saint Petersburg’s high-end “Pont Rouge” shopping center and on Paris’s prestigious place Vendome! Russia’s historical watch brand is arriving in the Ural’s capital.
Founded in 1721, Russia’s oldest factory, Petrodvorets Watch Factory “Raketa” is producing watches under the brand “Raketa” since 1961 in honor of Yuri Gagarin’s flight to space.
Watch Factory “Raketa” is one of the last remaining watch factories in the world producing its mechanical mouvements from A to Z.
Count Jacques von Polier, Raketa’s creative director will officially open the new Raketa shop on April 12th – the 57th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s flight.
-“Russian watch lovers want to see authentic russian brands in their shops and a good service. That is why we have decided to open our shops by ourselves. The future in luxury retail is a good combination of a controlled internet presence and reference brand shops.” sais Jacques Polier, Raketa’s creative director.
The new shop will also represent the historical watch brand “Pobeda” produced since 1945. “Pobeda” is the second exclusive brand produced by Petrodvorets Watch Factory.
The last few years, “Raketa” designers have been joined and supported by celebrities like Natalia Vodianova, Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev, Prince Rostislav Romanov, film maker Emir Kusturica. The designs signed by these celebrities will also be presented in Ekaterinburg.
78 Channel’s correspondent visited Petrodvorets Watch Factory “Raketa” to find out about difficult but interesting work at the oldest manufacture in Russia.