Bulova is best known for it’s Accutron series that introduced the world to the resonating tuning fork that quickly became its logo. While recent watches have done away with the tuning fork logo, the impact of Bulova on the watch industry is still felt today.
Whether you’re looking to spend under $100 or looking for an investment in a timepiece over $500, our buying guide will set you up with the right Bulova watch for you.
Best Bulova Watches Under $100
Kicking off this list is this Marine Star watch that completes your casual-yet-polished look.
Dressed in silver stainless case and contoured segment band, this timepiece emulates the beauty of the classic blue dial with silver-tone hands and hour markers.
To offset the elegance of the dial is the rugged appeal of its silver bezel. With its calendar date window and 100-meter water resistance, this watch is more than just what you need to get through day and night events or routines.
For the dress watch category, here is a piece you do not want to miss.
Featuring the interesting match of a round silver case and black leather strap, this piece will definitely be a favorite go-to for men who want to complete their look with a polished look without looking shiny and glittery.
The silver case holds a white dial with silver hour indices and hands. A date counter rests on the three o’clock position of the dial perfecting the minimalist and modern look.
Another variation of the minimalist dress watch in the preceding number is this equally clean and modern-looking 96A23-SD.
Attached to the black leather strap is the polished and brushed rectangles stainless steel case.
The silver-tone dial comes with grid-like design at the center to highlight the beauty of Bulova timekeeping right before your eyes.
Spice up any outfit with this two-tone 98H18 watch featuring its glossy silver steel and lavish gold plate.
The case holds a white dial embellished with gold-tone hour markers, hands and date window, and enclosed in a gold-tone bezel. The gorgeous dial connects with a heavy duty steel bracelet with gold-tone accents.
This watch, with its luminous features on the dial, makes a great piece for evening events.
Far from the clean looks of other Bulova watches, here comes this unconventional dress watch.
Powered by Japanese quartz movement, this piece features silver-tone brass case and black leather strap with contrast stitching.
This piece has an interesting look on it, thanks to its raised pewter hour markers and pewters hands on the pewter dial. It becomes more interesting because of its Frank Lloyd Wright design.
To spruce up any outfit, here is a corporate piece that is likewise fashionable and versatile.