Bulova Automatic Men's Watch with Grey Dial Analogue Display and Silver Stainless Steel Bracelet 98A132
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- Large mens automatic dress watch with grey detailed dial and rose gold accents
- 43mm case size
- Fully automatic Japanese movement
- Solid stainless steel case and bracelet
- Open aperture dial displaying the movement
|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Clasp Type||fold over clasp|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||43 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||13 millimetres|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Width||22 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
|Calendar||does not have date function|
|Water Pressure Resistance||3 bar|
|Warranty Description||3 years|
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Dress to impress with this overstated Bulova mens fully automatic watch on a full stainless steel case and bracelet. A clear grey dial finishes off this amazing value for money watch with the Bulova signature open aperture dial allowing you to see straight through to the workings of this masterpiece.
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I bought this in the recent lightning deal, I had been looking for a stainless steel watch and have always considered an automatic to be a potential. Having seen this I immediately loved the look of the face, having an interest in engineering and metal work it looks really nice to me.
There isn't much sizing information here in the form of the sizing example pictures often shown on watch pages, so you are pretty much buying it blind.
Upon opening the box I thought whoa..that is one large watch.. I'm not sure if it is this specific watch that is large or if square watches in general tend to be larger than their circular counterparts. The size to me is too big but I am going to keep hold of it because I assume I'll adapt to it. My wrist is probably on the smaller side at 6.7 inches, if your wrist is smaller than this you may want to consider something smaller.
The instructions supplied leave a lot to be desired with most bits irrelevant to this specific model, there is zero information about how to wind the watch or how much to wind it or if you are doing it correctly, as a total automatic watch newbie this information would of been welcome.
The finish of the watch looks excellent and it feels very solid, I obviously had to remove some links which is as easy as any other watch just find yourself a thin pointed object and tap them out in the direction of the arrows on the reverse of the link. There is a clear window on the back of the watch where you can see the inside mechanism a bit more, there isn't much action really and you can see more from the small window on the front.
Also if you were wondering, to wind the watch you turn the dial from its regular "in" position, there is only an in and out, out being for setting the time.
Hopefully these small bits of information can be helpful to somebody along with the added pictures showing the clasp and general detail and different views. (it doesn't look dusty in reality its just the macro and flash showing it up).
This watch certainly makes a statement and gets noticed.
I think that it is a great watch at a great price and it should last a very long time.