Hands on with the Bulova Devil Diver

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Hands on with the Bulova Devil Diver

Post by JAS1125 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 6:29 am

REALLY like this, but I fear at 44mm with a cushion case, it will just wear too big...kinda pricey too

Spurred on by the success of last year’s Archive Series Oceanographer Devil Diver, Bulova has recently announced the release of two new color variants to expand its heritage-informed collection. The new watches are, except for updated dial colors, identical to the last year’s non-limited, slightly less true-to-the-original, 44mm-wide Devil Diver, originally available with a black and red color scheme. While the new dial colors do not represent a totally new watch, the pieces are bold and representative of Bulova’s (and, indeed, the entire watch industry’s) ever-increasing interest in reissues.


https://www.ablogtowatch.com/new-bulova ... r-watches/
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Re: Hands on with the Bulova Devil Diver

Post by jaw » Sat Apr 13, 2019 2:05 pm

They almost had me with the Doxa look until I saw the armatures connecting the Bulova letters. Didn't even bother to punch the A hole - that's just cheap, sloppy, and lazy.

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Re: Hands on with the Bulova Devil Diver

Post by temerityb » Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:45 pm

That's a lot of money for a Chinese-assembled watch. That's Bulova's dirty little secret these days, and yet nobody in the "watch media" ever references it.
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