Bulova Watches

 

Bulova brand watches

Bulova watches logoAlthough the brand was born in 1875, it was not until 1911 that the first Bulova pocket watch was made. From their success they extended their models to table clocks and wall clocks. After the end of the First World War they began to manufacture wristwatches. In 1928 the first radio controlled Bulova watch was made.

If a person is looking for a watch that combines luxury designs with inexpensive prices, those are the Bulova watches. They have very striking designs, with stainless steel or titanium straps, with circular spheres that do not leave anyone indifferent. They are the best when it comes to wanting to have exact control of the time.

For the most sporty, who cannot do without having controlled exercise time at any time, Bulova watches are also designed for them. On the one hand, they have a range of sports watches that have chronographs, simple and with silicone straps so that the dial is not damaged by sweat. On the other hand, for those who want a watch for sports but also perfect for formal appointments, they have designs that combine analog with digital design.

Bulova watches for women

Women will be amazed by the designs of Bulova watches. They are characterized by their small spheres and thin, but very resistant straps bathed in yellow gold. They are ideal for day-to-day work or when you are going to go to a large event. And for those who want a more modernist design, they can leave behind the classic circular sphere model for the rectangular one. An eye-catching design, with a dial and strap that mimics the brilliance of diamonds and can be worn with any model, as it goes with everything.

Bulova watches for men

A luxury watch at an affordable price for anyone who wants to wear a watch that allows them to control the passage of time with complete accuracy, being an ideal gift for large events such as Father’s Day or a birthday.

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