Once again I’m asking you to look at Bulova. This time we have the impressive Bulova GMT in their Classics collection. Called the Winton, the piece runs a Miyota 9075 Caliber 24 jewel self-winding movement in a 43mm case.

It’s clear how this guy works – whether the minute hand moves separately to set the time or not – but it’s a nice effort by Bulova to bring some amazing automatic movements to light.

From the release:

The watches infuse elegance and luxurious aesthetic with a cd groove textured World Map patterned dial; raised as well over the sea are the latitude and longitude coordinates. Other features include Roman numerals, date window at three o’clock, anti-reflective and domed sapphire crystal along with 30M water resistance.

The watch has Roman numerals on the 12 hour track and smaller, 24-hour Arabic numerals on the edge. You can see AM/PM via the change in bezel color and it comes in blue steel or gold.

Pricing is definitely nice at a sane $875 and it comes on a leather strap. Again, Bulova is hitting it out of the park these days. It’s nice to see the brand really hitting on all cylinders.

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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