Non-categorized watch related discussion
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REALLY like this, but I fear at 44mm with a cushion case, it will just wear too big...kinda pricey too
https://www.ablogtowatch.com/new-bulova ... r-watches/
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.
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- Joined: Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:00 pm
The orange/blue is tasty, and gives me a boner. Alas, way too much money (and, from what I've read, way too big) for what you're getting.
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- Joined: Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:00 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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You’re right jaw that logo is sloppy.
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- Joined: Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:00 pm
Very doxa-like in appearence. I like it alot. The bulova name on the dial is kind of weird though.
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- Joined: Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:00 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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