One hobby I enjoy is collecting vintage Soviet and Russian watches.
In my current rotation, nothing I have (or have on the way) is less than 20 years old.
I do have one newer example which is non-working at this time, and may be added at a later date.
Some straps may be changed in the near future.
Right now, I only collect, but will soon start to try to learn (via web searches and YouTube) basic repairs.

For an interesting read on the history of Soviet watchmaking, head over to : The Russian Watch Guide's page.

DIAL MOVEMENT OTHER PIC
IF AVAILABLE
DATE BRAND MODEL
IF KNOWN
MOVEMENT NOTES
1980s or 1990s
Chaika
Chaika 1601A
Dial and movement pics are from auction.
1st Quarter 1958
Kama
Tschistopolski 32YH
Dial and movement pics are from auction.

Made after machinery and workers were moved from the 2nd Moscow Watch Factory

(but prior to name change to Vostok)
Late 1950s
Kama
Tschistopolski 32YH
Marked a Jewel, should be 17..rest of movement looks right.. replaced plate?

Made after machinery and workers were moved from the 2nd Moscow Watch Factory

(but prior to name change to Vostok)
1960s
Kirovskie
1MWF 2609
Made by the first Moscow Watch Factory

(prior to name change to Poljot)
2002
Molnija
Pocket watch
Molnija 3602
Tribute to the Russian Guards (гвардия)

In memory of the Great Patriotic War

Date based on catalog listing.
1960s
Moskva
1MWF 2603
Made by the first Moscow Watch Factory

(prior to name change to Poljot)
2nd Quarter 1949
Pobeda
1MWF 2601/41M
This model was made by multiple factories.
This example was made by First Moscow Watch factory

Based on French LIP Movement

Name chosen by Stalin to celebrate end of WW II
3rd Quarter 1950
Pobeda
2MWF 2601/41M
This model was made by multiple factories.
This example was made by Chistopol Watch factory

Based on French LIP Movement

Name chosen by Stalin to celebrate end of WW II
1970s
Poljot
Signal Alarm
Poljot 2612.1
Has alarm clock (buzzer) function
Early 1960s
Poljot
Class 1
Poljot 2409
Made by the first Moscow Watch Factory

(shortly after name change to Poljot)

"Class 1" indicates precision mechanism
1990s
Raketa
Raketa 2609.HA


Dial labeled Made in Russia, but has Soviet movement.

places manufacture most likely 1992-1993

Essentially the Timex of Russia
1993
Slava
2531934
Slava 2414
500th Anniversary of Columbus voyage

Early use of Made in Russia VS Made in USSR

Labeled as Automatic, but has manual wind movement
1960s
Sportivnie
1MWF 2634
Early use of a hacking seconds hand
1960s
Sturmanskie
1MWF 2634
17 Jewel version

Yuri Gagarin wore a 15 Jewel version on the first manned space mission

Company was awarded name Poljot after this
1960s or early 1970s
Svet
Raketa 2609.HA
Movement made by the Petrodvorets watch factory for Electric Timepieces Leningrad (ЭЧЛ).
1980s
Vostok
Cadet
Vostok 2409
Pics are from auction.
1990s
Vostok
Generalskie
Vostok 2414A
2:00 crown, Pobeda (victory) theme
1960s or 1970s
Vostok
Komandirskie
Vostok 2234
Dial labeled 3AKA3 MO CCCP (By order of the Ministry of Defese of the Soviet Union)
1970s
Vostok
Komandirskie
Vostok 2414A
Dial labeled 3AKA3 MO CCCP (By order of the Ministry of Defese of the Soviet Union)
1980s
Vostok
Komandirskie
Vostok 2414
Dial labeled 3AKA3 MO CCCP (By order of the Ministry of Defese of the Soviet Union)
1980s
Vostok
Komandirskie
Vostok 2234
Dial labeled 3AKA3 MO CCCP (By order of the Ministry of Defese of the Soviet Union)
April 5, 1992
Vostok
Komandirskie
Vostok 2414A
2:00 crown

Picture is logo of the Russian Airborn Troops (Воздушно-десантные войска России, ВДВ
(Vozdushno-desantnye voyska)
1990s
Vympel
Luch 1801.1
Pics are from auction.
Late 1970s
Zim
1980 Moscow Olympics
Zim 2602
Dial and movement pics are from auction.

Features Misha the bear, mascot of 1980 Moscow Olympics
1st Quarter 1960
Zvezda
Zvezda 2602
Dial and movement pics are from auction.