Epitomizing the height of founder Joseph Bulova’s innovation and creativity, this men’s watch bearing his name is inspired by vintage Bulova chronographs from the 1940’s. Bulova is the only watchmaker that has been in continuous operation in New York since 1875. Started by an immigrant with a deep belief in the American dream, this luxury watch highlights the best of what the brand has to offer. The stainless steel case is matched with a dial in black with rose-gold tone accents and a black leather strap. It has a twelve-hour chronograph with an exhibition back to showcase the fine Swiss automatic movement.
MECHANICAL WATCH 101
What makes a mechanical watch special?
In a world that’s increasingly digital, there’s a real appeal to something that relies on gears, springs, and jewels to work, and that’s reflected in the growing interest in mechanical watches today. Learn more about how a mechanical watch work and why buy one.
- Powered by the release of a wound spring, mechanical movements never require a battery. Automatic mechanical movements have an oscillating weight that winds the spring with the motion of the wearer’s arm.
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- Stainless Steel
- Exhibition Caseback
- Deployant Clasp with Push Buttons
- Domed Sapphire Crystal
- 6 Hand
- Day / Date