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.

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