Caviar Launches Putin, Lenin and Peter the Great Inspired Apple Watches [PICS]

Popular jewellery brand Caviar has announced a limited edition series of Apple Watches, inspired by Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lenin, and Peter the Great, with each costing £2,000 (approx. CDN $4,100), BusinessInsider reports. The Putin-themed watch, which displays the Moscow skyline, the state emblem on the Digital Crown button, and even Putin’s name and signature (shown below).

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A “USSR Lenin” model which features an engraving of Lenin’s mausoleum, and a hammer and sickle on the Digital Crown. Another customised Apple Watch honours Tsar Peter the Great, who was seen as a great reformer of Russia, and Caviar believes the “Epoca Imperia” Apple Watch is the perfect way to honour his legacy.

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  • 1His_Nibs1

    Ohhhhhh!!! I was hoping the “Putin” model was going to have a picture of him strutting around shirtless. Or perhaps they could have used the New England Patriots Super Bowl ring as a template for that model?

  • Lukas Fikr

    What is next? German edition with swastika and SS motives and Hitler, Himmler, Heydrich, Streicher … ?

  • FragilityG4

    Lenin wasn’t evil … Not like Stalin or Putin.

  • Lukas Fikr

    Oh, he just started mass murdering Russia … Comrade FragilityG4 check some history books …

  • FragilityG4

    Lenin lead revolutions not mass murder. If he was so evil why are there still Russian cities named after him, several statues throughout Russia and his actual body remains preserved in Red Square?

  • Lukas Fikr

    He started mass murdering, created Ceka/OGPU/GPU/NKVD/KGB … Why his rotten mummy is still in Red Square? ‘Cause ex-KGB colonel (admirer of Stalin) is ruling in Kremlin …

  • Stefan

    Since when is Putin evil?

  • FragilityG4

    Lenin never wanted Stalin to succeed him. He felt Stalin was dangerous and couldn’t be trusted with the power … And he was right. Lenin lead revolutions much like many other historical figures not mass murder. People die in revolutions yes, but it’s not called mass murder or else Washington would fall into that category (although before being called a hero he was known as a traitor) Lenin helped to bring all Russians together into the USSR, a communist state. He instituted free health care and education for all the people; he brought Russia out of the Great War; he industrialized and modernized the Russian economy; his body remains because the people admired him. Stalin murdered his people.

  • FragilityG4

    Well that was a little facetious.

  • Lukas Fikr

    Blah, blah, blah …

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    Lenin created ideology, which main goal was elimination of some classes – result (not yet final) 100-150 millions of murdered people … Hitler created ideology, which main goal was elimination of some races/nations – result (final) 25-30 millions of murdered people. So who was the worst one??

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    Have you ever spent any time as a citizen/slave in some commie state? Very likely not … I wish you and your family to have opportunity to spend some time there …

  • Lukas Fikr

    Since invading Georgia, Ukraine … since occupying South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Transnistria, Crimea, parts of East Ukraine ….

  • FragilityG4

    Are you truly blaming all deaths under the rule of communist states world wide, past, present and future all under one man? With all due respect that is the stupidest argument I have ever read. This conversation is going nowhere if you think so irrationally. And for God sake there is absolutely NO ONE, past or present and I pray to God, future more EVIL than Adolf Hitler. If you truly believe Vladimir Lenin is worst than Adolf Hitler you should get your head examined.

  • Lukas Fikr

    No, but Lenin was creator of that ideology … – there were worst people than Hitler – Mao, Stalin, Genghis Khan, Attila – to name few.
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    So, you like commies, comrade … Fell free to move to North Korea – that would be great country for you …

  • FragilityG4

    Let’s get one thing straight; I’ve never once said I like “commies”, I love democracy that’s why I live in Canada, vote at all elections, pay my taxes and support our troops. I just believe one commie gets unfairly batched in with the bad ones. Lenin created an ideology yes, but Stalin was Stalin regardless of that ideology. Stalin took that ideology, twisted it to fit his ideology and spread fear for the remainder of his life. We never blame the man who invented the gun for all deaths by guns, why should Lenin be different? Stalin is where your anger should be directed, he’s the one who spent the latter days of WWII reshaping the political landscape of Eastern Europe including your former Czechoslovakia. In fact Stalin delayed taking Berlin in order to secure more countries to instal his political ideals. And no, no one was worst than Hitler.

  • Lukas Fikr

    But you write like one. And why Stalin delayed liberation of Warsaw? And in 20th century – Mao and Stalin were worst than Hitler by number of victims in total and Pol Pot and Kim Il-Sung were worst by percentage of own citizens they killed.

  • FragilityG4

    I write like one because I can take a rational look at history and see that Lenin was nowhere even close to being evil as his successor? I write like one even though I’ve spent this whole, now argument, denounce Stalin? You barely know the history, don’t pretend you know me.
    For Hitler the body count is one thing; the means in which he did it is another; and the state he left Europe in all adds up to the undeniable fact that he was the worst human to walk the earth — it’s sixty plus years and the swastika remains the most evil symbol that is not socially accepted — illegal in some countries.

  • Lukas Fikr

    I know history and communism pretty good and you would be a great agitator of commie youth (commie version of HitlerJugend). BTW – this is now very popular inside commies to denounce Stalin and sometimes Mao but still honour Lenin … BTW in some countries is hammer & sickle and other communist symbols illegal too.

  • Lukas Fikr

    If you know history – who started Red Terror?

    “Comrades! The kulak uprising in your five districts must be crushed without pity … You must make example of these people. (1) Hang (I mean hang publicly, so that people see it) at least 100 kulaks, rich bastards, and known bloodsuckers. (2) Publish their names. (3) Seize all their grain. (4) Single out the hostages per my instructions in yesterday’s telegram. Do all this so that for miles around people see it all, understand it, tremble, and tell themselves that we are killing the bloodthirsty kulaks and that we will continue to do so … Yours, Lenin. P.S. Find tougher people.”

  • FragilityG4

    I love how you know how all the underground communist organizations think and you use that in order to alleged I am in fact something that I am not. Like I said before I love my country Canada and all its democratic beliefs. I am apposed to communism, and it’s democratic look a likes (ie NDP) and I am in fact a conservative, but if you insist on alleging I’m a communist this conversation ends here. I have no time for someone who will make discussions personal and spread fabrications. I am for free speech and discussion but as soon as it because personal attacks your remarks fall on def ears. Life is to short and I would not put off time with my family to entertain your childish behaviour. That is all I have to say to you. Good day.