• Bulova Marine Star 100m Date Stainless Steel Quartz Men’s Diver Watch
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  • Bulova Marine Star 100m Date Stainless Steel Quartz Men’s Diver Watch
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  • Bulova Marine Star 100m Date Stainless Steel Quartz Men’s Diver Watch
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Bulova

2004 Marine Star A4

S/N C8671060

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Age: 2004

Condition: Used, Working Condition, Watch Keeps Time

Model Name: Bulova Marine Star 100m Date Stainless Steel Quartz Men’s Diver Watch

Dial: Original Dial in Good Condition

Mechanism: Quartz Movement

Hands: Original

Crystal: Mineral

Case: Original, Stainless Steel Case with Outer Bezel Rotates with Click, Slightly Polished

Case Back: Original, Stainless Steel Back Case Signed Bulova Logo A4#C8671060, Slightly Polished

Crown: Original

Bracelet: Original Bulova Stainless Steel Band. Fits a 6.6’’ or 16.75cm Wrist (No Spare Links)

Functions: Time, Quickset Date

Size: 46 X 38 mm (Without Crown)

 

Watch comes without original box and papers. No guarantee on waterproofing.

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  • BrandBulova
  • ModelMarine Star
  • GenderMen's
  • Year2004
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions38mm x 46mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassMineral
  • Case MaterialStainless Steel
  • StrapStainless Steel
  • Box/PapersNo
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Bulova

In what seems to be something of a rarity today, Bulova is an American based watch manufacturer, first found in 1875, making it just less than a century younger than the country itself. Today, the Bulova brand is owned by Citizen and has been since 2008.

Perhaps Bulova’s biggest achievement was that it was the first privately owned watch that saw active service on the moon, after a failure of another well-known brand’s watch. The Bulova Chronograph Model #88510/01 later sold for $1.625 million.

Many of the vintage Bulova models are branded under the ‘Accutron’ name, which lays claim to being the first electronic watch, thanks to its ‘tuning fork’ design – giving the watch a faint, high-pitched hum.