Private Collections

Caravelle N3 by Bulova

Now I will introduce one of the most beautiful Jump Hour watches ever, in my opinion. Caravelle N3 by Bulova from the beginning of 70s, very heavy and massive  watch. Caravelle futuristic design that leaves strong impressions, made in all stainless steel with original brecelet, powered by 25jewel automatic movement...

Bulova Accutron SNORKEL 666 feet

Sport watches from the end of 60 - ies and the beginning of 70 - ties, definitely, have a special charm. In early 70s, Bulova launched the tuning fork watch for  diving - Snorkel, this fantastic buzzer is interesting is the fact that on the dial writes 666 feet,...

Bulova Accutron Astronaut II

Another icon. The Bulova Accutron Astronaut...

1963 Bulova Accutron Astronaut

    Epic timepiece and the true Astronaut's watch. It may not have made it to the moon but it was certainly worn on more than one mission into space. The Bulova Accutron was the first to use a bipolar transistor and can be considered as the first electronic watch. Manufactured in 1960...

Bulova Accutron Spaceview

This is one of the most interesting watches ever when we consider the way of  how it works. Tuning fork watches or buzzers ( as I call them ) are extremely accurate when correctly adjusted, Bulova them was patented back in 1960, more precisely in October of that year began selling which...

What-A-Watch: Bulova Stars and Stripes chronograph C

When you first see this beauty, one thing comes to mind: WHAT-A-WATCH!. Look at those colors (Red White and Blue) that make you think of a flag and since Bulova is aiming strongly at the American market...you would probably think about the American flag with it's Stars and...

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