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                      • BULOVA 1875. Joseph Bulova immigrated to America in 1870. At the age of 19, he opened his own jewelry store on Maiden Lane in Lower Manhattan, then the nucleus of New York City's jewelry industry. He called it J. Bulova, and quickly distinguished himself with the quality and artistry of his work.

                        1875

                        Joseph Bulova immigrated to America in 1870. At the age of 19, he opened his own jewelry store on Maiden Lane in Lower Manhattan, then the nucleus of New York City's jewelry industry. He called it J. Bulova, and quickly distinguished himself with the quality and artistry of his work.

                      • BULOVA 1912. Due to growing demand, Joseph Bulova established his first plant committed to the production of jeweled wristwatch movements in Bienne, Switzerland. Fabricating fine timepieces via assembly line, Bulova established a standardization never before seen in the world of horology.

                        1912

                        Due to growing demand, Joseph Bulova established his first plant committed to the production of jeweled wristwatch movements in Bienne, Switzerland. Fabricating fine timepieces via assembly line, Bulova established a standardization never before seen in the world of horology.

                      • BULOVA 1919. Bulova debuted its first-ever complete line of men's jeweled wristwatches, advertising across America with an iconic visual style to match its product.

                        1919

                        Bulova debuted its first-ever complete line of men's jeweled wristwatches, advertising across America with an iconic visual style to match its product.

                      • BULOVA 1920. To ensure accurate measurement of astral time, the Bulova Observatory was constructed in Midtown Manhattan, the first facility of its kind atop a skyscraper. Readings taken by mathematicians on the top floor were delivered to setting and timing units below, which used the data to accurately set all of the company's timepieces.

                        1920

                        To ensure accurate measurement of astral time, the Bulova Observatory was constructed in Midtown Manhattan, the first facility of its kind atop a skyscraper. Readings taken by mathematicians on the top floor were delivered to setting and timing units below, which used the data to accurately set all of the company's timepieces.

                      • BULOVA 1926 A groundbreaking moment in American history: Bulova broadcast the first-ever national radio commercial, signaling the hour with  At the tone, it's eight o'clock, B-U-L-O-V-A Watch Time,  an ad heard by millions.

                        1926

                        A groundbreaking moment in American history: Bulova broadcast the first-ever national radio commercial, signaling the hour with "At the tone, it's eight o'clock, B-U-L-O-V-A Watch Time," an ad heard by millions.

                      • BULOVA 1927. In celebration of his legendary transatlantic flight, American aviator Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh received the Bulova Watch Prize and a $1,000 check. Lindbergh later became the face of Bulova's  Lone Eagle  watch, a commemorative timepiece honoring his historic accomplishment.

                        1927

                        In celebration of his legendary transatlantic flight, American aviator Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh received the Bulova Watch Prize and a $1,000 check. Lindbergh later became the face of Bulova's "Lone Eagle" watch, a commemorative timepiece honoring his historic accomplishment.
                      • BULOVA 1928. Bulova’s first clock radio represents three-and-a-half decades of B-U-L-O-V-A Watch Time. The clock pictured is being adjusted by Joseph Bulova’s grandson Harry Henshel, while WWII General Omar Bradley displays the miniature.

                        1928

                        Bulova’s first clock radio represents three-and-a-half decades of B-U-L-O-V-A Watch Time. The clock pictured is being adjusted by Joseph Bulova’s grandson Harry Henshel, while WWII General Omar Bradley displays the miniature.
                      • BULOVA 1941. On July 1, Bulova aired the world's first television commercial. Shown before a Brooklyn Dodgers v. Philadelphia Phillies game, the nine-dollar ad featured a simple, silhouetted map of the US, centered with a Bulova clock and the slogan,  America Runs on Bulova Time.

                        1941

                        On July 1, Bulova aired the world's first television commercial. Shown before a Brooklyn Dodgers v. Philadelphia Phillies game, the nine-dollar ad featured a simple, silhouetted map of the US, centered with a Bulova clock and the slogan, "America Runs on Bulova Time."
                      • BULOVA 1945. Following victory abroad in World War II, the Bulova School of Watchmaking was opened. Combining specified training and dedicated job placement, the institution offered disabled soldiers a means of tuition-free rehabilitation near Bulova headquarters in Woodside, Queens.

                        1945

                        Following victory abroad in World War II, the Bulova School of Watchmaking was opened. Combining specified training and dedicated job placement, the institution offered disabled soldiers a means of tuition-free rehabilitation near Bulova headquarters in Woodside, Queens.

                      • BULOVA 1958. Two years before Bulova unveiled Accutron to the public, the technology was used aboard NASA’s Vanguard 1 satellite. Over the course of a decades-long partnership, Bulova produced timing instruments for critical NASA missions, including the first moonwalk on July 21, 1969.

                        1958

                        Two years before Bulova unveiled Accutron to the public, the technology was used aboard NASA’s Vanguard 1 satellite. Over the course of a decades-long partnership, Bulova produced timing instruments for critical NASA missions, including the first moonwalk on July 21, 1969.
                      • BULOVA 1967. The new standard in precision timekeeping, Accutron technology was used aboard Air Force One. Accutron timepieces were given as official Presidential Gifts of State, and were endorsed by railroad workers as the first wristwatches precise enough to be authorized for general use by personnel.

                        1967

                        The new standard in precision timekeeping, Accutron technology was used aboard Air Force One. Accutron timepieces were given as official Presidential Gifts of State, and were endorsed by railroad workers as the first wristwatches precise enough to be authorized for general use by personnel.
                      • BULOVA 2000. In commemoration of Bulova’s 125th anniversary, New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani officially proclaimed Wednesday, October 4  Bulova Day.

                        2000

                        In commemoration of Bulova’s 125th anniversary, New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani officially proclaimed Wednesday, October 4 "Bulova Day."
                      • BULOVA 2010. The Bulova Accutron Limited Edition Spaceview 214 was released. A handmade replica of the original Accutron Calibre 214, the timepiece honors the 50th anniversary of the world's first electronic watch. 1,000 sequentially numbered, handmade pieces were released to the public.

                        2010

                        The Bulova Accutron Limited Edition Spaceview 214 was released. A handmade replica of the original Accutron Calibre 214, the timepiece honors the 50th anniversary of the world's first electronic watch. 1,000 sequentially numbered, handmade pieces were released to the public.
                      • BULOVA 2010. The Bulova Precisionist was released. The most comprehensive and potentially revolutionary product launch since the debut of Accutron, Precisionist technology addresses two critical factors that affect accuracy in a quartz watch: temperature change and vibration frequency.

                        2010

                        The Bulova Precisionist was released. The most comprehensive and potentially revolutionary product launch since the debut of Accutron, Precisionist technology addresses two critical factors that affect accuracy in a quartz watch: temperature change and vibration frequency.
                      • BULOVA 2011. Bulova Accutron proudly announced Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, as its newest ambassador. The face of Bulova Accutron's  Swiss Made. Self Made  campaign, Branson's entrepreneurial and worldly spirit fit perfectly with the Bulova Accutron ethos.

                        2011

                        Bulova Accutron proudly announced Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, as its newest ambassador. The face of Bulova Accutron's "Swiss Made. Self Made" campaign, Branson's entrepreneurial and worldly spirit fit perfectly with the Bulova Accutron ethos.
                      • BULOVA 2011. Inspired by the esteemed Lone Eagle timepiece, the Limited Edition Bulova Accutron Conqueror was produced. Limited to a run of 200, the Conqueror achieved COSC certification, a watermark of quality awarded to only 3% of Swiss-made watches.

                        2011

                        Inspired by the esteemed Lone Eagle timepiece, the Limited Edition Bulova Accutron Conqueror was produced. Limited to a run of 200, the Conqueror achieved COSC certification, a watermark of quality awarded to only 3% of Swiss-made watches.
                      • BULOVA 2013. Bulova announced a three-year partnership agreement with English Premier League football club Manchester United, serving as the team’s Official Timekeeper and global partner.

                        2013

                        Bulova announced a three-year partnership agreement with English Premier League football club Manchester United, serving as the team’s Official Timekeeper and global partner.
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