N7 Solid State Watch runs
Gently used IOB with original owners guide and warranty card
Series 3036 stamped inside warranty book
Along w/original sales site in Akron Ohio
Available for purchase
Hi Francisco - with your permission I switched the first and last photos, so the clear shot of the front is the leading pic. I also updated the year from 1967 to 1977 as it has a date code N7 (1977). By the mid seventies Bulova had stopped giving watches proper names and only used model numbers. I found your watch in one of our catalogs from 1977. They tagged it the 81312-1W, as you can see below it sold for $99.95 USD. 1977 Bulova Quartz
1977 Line Book BAWD0205 pg 52
Thank you for correcting the date code and the arrangement looks much better. And as always appreciate the additional information provided I didn't purchase this with the intent to sell. So I was pleasantly surprised to see it runs and that the screen shows no signs of fading. I have a couple of others women's watches I'll be adding soon.
In reply to Marking this one as a… by mybulova_admin
Trying to understand your use of Generic, the watch or the movement?
Does that make this watch any less desirable to collectors?
When i first started collecting my plan was to have a watch that would represent different eras or types of watches manufactured by Bulova.
Thanks once again for your input and contribution to my limited knowledge base.