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From America with love, and some seriously cool pieces in the catalog from Bulova, this is the ultimate starters watch to get you excited on collecting watches. With extremely precise Quartz watches, a retro piece with a nice view on the dial or even a curved movement: you can get your hands on anything you might like, without having to loan money from friends and family.
The history of Bulova
Starting back in 1875 with a small business in New York, Joseph Bulova created pocket watches and clocks in 1911. In the First World War, his wristwatches were used by the military and that really started off his business:
creating the first ever electronic watch in 1950, Bulova created the Accutron, which is still really popular amongst collectors. Even though the company is American, their watches are being produced in Switzerland.
The popular watches from Bulova
With a large range of models, starting with the Accutron, Accutron II and some military based watches, these watches from Bulova are pretty affordable. You can even get your hands on a solid 18 karat gold chronograph, which will only set you back around €1.500.
Bulova is probably one of the best brands to start a watch collection, with some awesome Quartz powered movements and some hommages to other brands, such as the Rolex Day-Date (Bulova Super Seville) or the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (which even resembles the same name - the Bulova Royal Oak). Starting at around €1.000 on Wristler you can get your hands on a nice vintage or pre-owned Accutron from Bulova.