I like Poljot, but I went to an actual Poljot store and tried a few of their models and found many of them were quite poorly made. Hopefully, this Alarm Traveller is considerably better. This has a mechanical alarm. The extra crowns are for setting the time and winding the internal alarm. Much like a Seiko Bellmatic, the alarm sounds like a teeny-tiny clockwork alarm clock as hammers pound on the sides of the case. Cute.

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ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

4 thoughts on “Poljot Alarm Traveller – Huh.”
  1. I also have the Poljot Traveller pictured.
    It has been a fairly nice watch. Comfortable to wear, and it looks nice. I took the cheap looking stap off, and put on a stainless bracelet.
    I had this watch in my safe along with some others, and took it out one day to wear, and found that the crystal was shattered.
    This has happened to another watch in the past. I don’t know why.
    Anyway, I sent it in to be repaired, and it looks as good as ever now.
    One problem I have found, is that when you first take it outside on a cold day, the crystal will fog. But it goes away withing an hour or so.
    All told, not a bad watch. It keeps pretty accurate time, and yes, the alarm could be louder, but it does work, and it has been a big help to me so far.

  2. I also got one as a gift. Since the manual was all in Russian, I could not understand at first if it was self-winding or manual, then I also noticed that it when shaken it would produce a rattling sound. I will have to check that out soon.

    Anyone knows why it rattles?

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