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Bulova Devil Diver

Bulova Devil Diver It is no secret that I love Dive Watches. I always have and probably always will. A recent trend in the past few years from both mainstream and microbrands is vintage divers. There were just so many attractive and unique dive watches in the 60’s and 70’s that it makes sense for brands to reissue them. Bulova has been reissuing some of their most iconic models in the ...

Bulova Moon Watch

While some watches could only dream of being a part of space exploration history, Bulova made it a reality in July 1971 aboard Apollo 15, NASA’s fourth manned mission to land on the surface of the moon. Commander over the mission, dubbed as NASA’s “most successful manned flight ever achieved,” was Dave Scott. For Bulova, its opportunity for spaceflight could only be described as purposeful serendi...

Bulova has had a big year in 2013. Earlier this year, the watch manufacturer was signed as the official watch brand of the UK’s leading soccer club – Manchester United. This year also saw the brand honor one of the great’s in modern architecture Frank Lloyd Wright with a collection of 4 watches each taking one of his design elements and featuring it in these exhibition watches. Today, we are going...

Bulova Precisionist 98B142

Bulova Precisionist 98B142 The Precisionist lives up to its name by being one of the most accurate watches in the world. While most quartz watches are accurate to 15 seconds a month, Bulova’s Precisionist carries a slight variance of 10 seconds a year.  Bulova achieves this by using its patented three pronged quartz crystal which vibrates at a frequency of 262.144 kHz. This frequency is eight time...

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