Monday, July 27, 2015

Bulova announces integration of UHF (Ultra High Frequency) movements in its timepiece collections

World renowned watch brand Bulova has continued their technological expertise with the expanded use of its high performance UHF (Ultra High Frequency) movement. The heart of the Bulova manufactured movement is the unique three-prong quartz crystal (torsional resonator), producing a oscillating frequency of 262 kHz, eight times greater than a standard quartz crystal. Providing accuracy to seconds a year and featuring a signature continuously sweeping second hand, this exclusive movement, first introduced in 2010, and now incorporated into the Bulova Accutron II and Precisionist collections, will be extended to additional new Bulova collections including the upcoming Sea King and Military collections.  As a unifying feature, starting this year, all watches featuring Bulova UHF will be identifiable by the frequency of 262 kHz badge printed on the dial.
Bulova Sea King Limited Edition – Water resistant to 1,000 meters and crafted in titanium, the Sea  King limited edition with automatic movement and helium release valve, will be available in a numbered, controlled production run of 500, and will come in special Sea King packaging, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. The Sea King Collection, in 316L stainless steel with Bulova’s exclusive, manufactured UHF (Ultra High Frequency) high-performance quartz technology movement, includes chronographs and  timeonly designs, and features unidirectional elapsed time bezels, locking crowns and pushers, sapphire glass, and super luminous hands and markers.

Bulova Military Collection – Reflecting actual watches from Bulova’s archives developed for the U.S. military during World War II, this distinctive new collection,  in 316L stainless steel, features easy-to-read minimalist dials, full Arabic numerals, red-tipped signature continuously sweeping second hands, and Bulova’s manufactured  UHF (Ultra High Frequency) movement.

Bulova Accutron II Lobster Watch – Designed from an early-1970s Accutron sports model, this timepiece adds a unique new profile to the Bulova Accutron II collection. This retro-inspired style is crafted in 316L stainless steel with mesh bracelet, luminous hands and markers, and water resistance to 100 meters. The Bulova Accutron II Lobster Watch features a UHF (Ultra High Frequency) manufactured movement. Available for spring 2015 in two time-only versions, including an on-trend version in black ion-plated finish, with two chronograph models slated for the fall.

Bulova Diamonds - Maiden Lane Collection – Bulova will be adding a new collection of ladies’ diamond watches.  Among the highlights of the 2015 introductions are timepieces featuring a unique diamond setting process to intensify the brilliance of each stone. Crafted of 316L stainless steel, in both chronograph and time-only styles, the watches feature hand-set, prong settings on bezels and dials, many in mother-of-pearl, with each design providing a brilliant combination of feminine details and sport styling. The name is inspired by the original location of the first Bulova store on Maiden Lane in lower Manhattan, then the center of New York’s jewelry industry.

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