Hands on with the Bulova Curv

February 14, 2017 . by Ken Nichols

Bulova’s Curv chronograph offers accuracy and space-age design in their new collection.

More than a movement: Hands-on with the Bulova Moonwatch

February 3, 2017 . by Jim Manley

I’m usually cold on quartz because it lacks the whiz-bang micro-mechanized intricacy of a mechanical movement. On the other hand, Bulova’s quartz-powered revival of Astronaut David Scott’s Apollo 15 prototype works on a few levels. First, it tells a lost chapter in the tale of watches and rockets that has been dominated by the Speedmaster for…

Watch Video Rewind for May 24

May 24, 2015 . by Matt Himmelstein

Hello, and welcome to Watch Video Rewind, our regular look at watch related videos from around the web. This week, we will look at interviews with the heads of three brands, Bulova, Hermès’, and IWC.

Bulova Marine Star – Very Different Twins

November 26, 2014 . by Matt Himmelstein

You know how sometimes you get siblings that look very much alike, but each has expressed their personality in a radically different way.  This was the case when I took a look at a pair of Bulova Marine Star Chronographs.  They are definitely twins, but the all black version is a much different watch that…

Bulova Marine Star 98B177 Review

March 10, 2014 . by Patrick Kansa

Within watch brands, you’ll find a wide variety of watches covering different styles and tastes. Less common is that variation within a product lineup, but for Bulova, that’s exactly what we have with their Marine Star collection. While there are dressier pieces, and ones that have chronograph complications, today, we’ll be looking at something that embodies the sport watch ethos.

Bulova Marine Star 97B121 Review

March 5, 2014 . by Patrick Kansa

Ah, copper. It’s a material that surrounds us (just think about all the miles of wiring in your home and office), yet it’s something we rarely see. Which I think is a shame. Sure, you might see a brand new shiny penny, but that’s the exception. While today’s watch from Bulova is labeled as a rose gold tone piece, I think it might be more accurate to call the finish copper colored. Why am I so enamored with this particular finish?

Bulova introduces the most accurate watch in the world, the Precisionist

March 23, 2010 . by John Biggs

Bulova just announced the Precisionist “technology platform,” a quartz movement with sweep hand that was created alongside Bulova’s parent company, Citizen. With Precisionist, Bulova has added a third prong to a standard two prong quartz crystal creating a torsional resonator. This innovation results in eight times the vibration frequency of a traditional quartz watch resulting…