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Bulova Bulova Curv - The World's First Curved Chronograph Movement

Stock # 98A155

Bulova Bulova Curv - The World's First Curved Chronograph Movement

Bulova Bulova Curv - The World's First Curved Chronograph Movement

Stock # 98A155

From the new CURV Collection. The world's first curved chronograph movement features high- performance quartz technology with 262 kHz vibrational frequency for precise accuracy. Five-hand chronograph in stainless steel case, dark grey dial with blue accents, curved sapphire glass, screw-back case, alligator grain black matte leather strap with 3-piece buckle closure, and water resistance to 30 meters. CURV reimagines what a watch should be. The perfect synthesis of innovative thinking, expert craftsmanship and advanced technology-the hallmarks of Bulova's creativity since 1875.

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Diameter: 43mm, Thinkness: 9.4mm, Water Resistant: 30M

Name Bulova Curv - The World's First Curved Chronograph Movement
Stock Number 98A155
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Collection Bulova Curv

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For over 135 years, Bulova has stood proudly in the vanguard of American innovation. A pioneering force in the industry since opening a small store in Lower Manhattan in 1875, Joseph Bulova transformed how watches were worn and how time was perceived. An independent thinker alert to the era’s risk-taking ethos, Bulova presented one innovation after another, establishing a dedication to creativity and change that endures to the present day.