Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby spanky1 » July 9th 2015, 1:58pm

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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby foghorn » July 9th 2015, 2:08pm

I have 3 of these.

Smoothest second hand motion in the world and the accuracy is far better than the Precisionist line from my observation.
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby Mark1 » July 9th 2015, 6:54pm

Interesting that they call it UHF. Although 262kHz is right speedy for a watch, the UHF radio band begins at 300MHz. When they can tune into radio free Bosco I might get one.
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby WatchDorks.Net » July 9th 2015, 7:45pm

While I'm not a fan of mesh and wish it were on a real bracelet, I love the look of this Accutron II UHF (picture stolen from the Interwebz).

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Some of the military styles don't look too bad either:

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The divers not so much:

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It also looks like they are planning on releasing some of the original "electric" styles with UHF:

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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby TemerityB » July 9th 2015, 7:58pm

This past Saturday I was at our local Macy's and this particular store had three big sales cases of Bulova, including a big sales sign for the UHF stuff. Dorks, you're right on the money with the styling issue on those divers. As for the others, I kinda liked a few, and the prices seemed pretty reasonable. I'm still not warming up to Accutron II though (and yes, there was a case full of "Accu-Swiss" there as well).
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby conjurer » July 9th 2015, 11:09pm

Those military styles make my dick hard.
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby Wasp » July 10th 2015, 6:01am

Nice.

An exhibition back and decorated works (as best one can with an qwertz) might also be a seller . That smooth second hand certainly is attractive.

Decorated something like this.

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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby foghorn » July 10th 2015, 1:49pm

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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby WatchDorks.Net » July 10th 2015, 3:47pm

Foggy, how is the quality/heft of the mesh bracelet on #2?
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby spanky1 » July 10th 2015, 3:58pm

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Well Done: You'll never be late for an appointment with those beauties on your wrist.
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby foghorn » July 10th 2015, 4:22pm

WatchDorks.Net wrote:Foggy, how is the quality/heft of the mesh bracelet on #2?

Fair to middlin'.

It serves me well for now but I'll prob go aftermarket and a Nato soon.
It's one of those "only mesh on the sides" mesh bands with links close to the clasp.


Watch itself is awesome though.
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby spanky1 » July 12th 2015, 8:56am

I really like the new Accutron ll models from Bulova. I've owned the Snorkel ll 96B210 for a couples of weeks now. I could wear it everyday and be happy but my other watches would get jealous. This is a good article explaining the differences between the Precisionist/Accutron movements. Apparently the larger case sizes on the original Precisionist were required to accommodate the larger battery.

http://www.ablogtowatch.com/bulova-accu ... ch-review/
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Re: Bulova Redefines Technology With UHF

Postby tiktok » July 12th 2015, 1:40pm

foghorn wrote:
WatchDorks.Net wrote:Foggy, how is the quality/heft of the mesh bracelet on #2?

Fair to middlin'.

Watch itself is awesome though.


I love beads of rice bracelets, would look good with one.
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