Bulova Watches – Reviews, Photos, & More
About Bulova Watches
Brief Company History
Bulova was founded in 1875 by Joseph Bulova. They are watch a clock manufacturers with a storied history and many “firsts” to their name. Today, Bulova is owned by Citizen (who purchased Bulova in 2007); combined, they represent the world’s largest watchmaker.
Bulova is a well known brand with many excellent watches to their name, including the renowned Accutron and Precisionist line of watches.
Latest Bulova Watch Post/Review
Mechanical, or automatic, watches are a curiosity. The more tech leads watch making into a future of connected apps and gadgets, the more designers still clamor to create traditional timepieces. Why? Aesthetically they’re beautifully rendered. Functionally, they tick...read more
Recent Bulova Watch Reviews, Posts, & Photos
We’ve plumbed the boutiques and catalogs to find the top 5 casual watches under $500. Looking great doesn’t mean breaking your wallet. Your watch game just got an upgrade.read more
This Bulova is a little too big for my wrist so I thought I’d spend a bit more time showing off its detail & build using macro photography. It’s a great watch so long as you’ve got the wrists for it.read more
This Bulova has as lot of things going for it. First, it’s a great looking open heart that isn’t over styled; It’s competitively priced, clocking in somewhere around $300 – $350; it’s built well, like every other Bulova I’ve reviewed to date. It’s a great watch and has earned a great recommendation from me. Check it out!read more
The Accutron II Alpha is a unique watch. Already rare to see a skeletonized dial on a quartz timepiece, Bulova takes it even further with a distinctive case to match. This version is arguably the youngest, with its black on black color scheme managing to be both quieter and louder than some of the more conventionally-styled versions. Regardless, it’s an excellent watch and a definite conversation piece. Recommended.read more
The dial on the 96A101 is a little polarizing, but that’s the only fault I can really find in this Bulova. The open heart display gives you a constant reminder of what lies beneath the surface, and the fact that this watch is built as well as it is means you’ll probably be looking at it a lot. Found for under $400… it’s a good buy. Found under $300 and it’s a great buy.read more