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Bulova Watch
One of the world's most recognized brands, and still wholly U.S. owned and operated, Bulova is dedicated to upholding its legacy of creativity and excellence.

Bulova has even been to the moon. Its breakthrough Accutron timer mechanism has been an integral feature of NASA technology from the late 1950s through the first moon walk in 1969.

America still runs on Bulova time. Since 1875, when 23-year-old Czech immigrant Joseph Bulova set up shop in New York City, the name Bulova has symbolized a uniquely American blend of old-world craftsmanship and new-world innovation.

Transforming the industry in the post-World War I era by introducing the first full lines of men's and ladies' wrist watches, Bulova has continued to offer a trend-setting array of distinctive styles. From the technologically advanced Millennia line, to the rugged yet sophisticated Marine Star collection (pictured on left), elegant creations in gold and diamonds, versatile bracelet and strap designs, and the pace-setting Caravelle line, Bulova watches provide an exceptional mix of artistry and technological excellence.

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Watch Maintenance
About every three years, you should have your watch cleaned and serviced. For automatic Bulova watches, you'll need your battery changed, and for mechanical watches, you should have all the moving parts inspected and cleaned. For watches with water resistant seals, you should have the resistance checked annually using pressure equipment, and the seals should be changed as well. As far as care, you should always check the case and bracelet for wear if you expose them to chemicals or harsh environments. Cosmetics and perfume can also damage these components, as well as the rest of the watch.


 

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