Ladies 1973 Bulova Accutron Snorkel 666

The Bulova Watch Company was founded in 1875 by Joseph Bulova, an immigrant from Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic). He opened his first small jewelry store in New York City, where he started selling watches. In 1911, Bulova set up his own manufacturing plant in Switzerland to produce watch components.

Bulova became known for its innovation in the watch industry. In 1919, they introduced the first complete range of men's wristwatches. The company also focused on precision and accuracy, and in 1920, they launched the Bulova Observatory, a facility for testing timepieces' accuracy.

The Accutron Watch Company is a brand of watches that was first introduced by the Bulova Watch Company in 1960. It was the world's first electronic watch and revolutionized the watchmaking industry.

The Accutron was powered by a tuning fork, which vibrated at a high frequency of 360 Hz, allowing it to keep time with unparalleled accuracy. This technology was a major breakthrough at the time, and the Accutron quickly became a symbol of precision and reliability.

Brand: Bulova

Model: Snorkel
Size: 29mm
Lug to lug: 34mm
Case: Stainless Steel
Strap: Accutron bracelet
Box & papers: No

-The matte black dial is in excellent condition.
-The hands and markers are showing matching patina and are in excellent condition.
-Case is unpolished and is a nice example.
-Service history is unknown but running to spec.

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