The Bulova Museum - Empire State Building

Located on the 29th floor of the iconic Empire State Building, New York City, the Bulova and Accutron museum showcases some of the companies most historic timepieces, paraphernalia and stories.

Watch Bulova historian Carl Rosen and long time Bulova collector and territory manager, Richard Calamaras talk about some of the pieces in the museum and what it represents to the company, the collector community and the future of Bulova and Accutron watches.

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The Computron was reinterpreted for D-CAVE evolving its original design by adding visual concepts inspired by the gaming world, and will be launched embracing the full spectra of the metaverse, endorsed by the world’s top gamers and presented in a dedicated space in Decentraland.

Bulova Unveils Rare Mil-Ships Dive Watch

Historically known for its relationship with the U.S. military, Bulova produced various Mil-Spec timepieces at the request of the government, particularly through WWII. 

64 years after the first prototype was born, Bulova is proud to unveil its latest Archive Series timepiece inspired by the original MIL-SHIPS-W-2181 watch.

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Receive a free copy of the Bulova, A History of Firsts book ($175 value) when you purchase the Limited Edition MIL-SHIP-W-2181 Submersible!

First with Worldwide Collectors | Bulova Collector Series

As part of the new Youtube Bulova Collector Series which features Michael Benavente, Managing Director of Bulova, I was privileged enough to participate in what is a fascinating video series, which looks at the amazing history of the brand, through interviews with watch collectors, industry experts, and brand historians.

I invite you to watch the series and this video which delves into the origins of and how the site came to be a valuable online resources for vintage Bulova watches and the world-wide online community.

Carl Rosen talks with Philippe Soussand about the history of Bulova

Philippe Soussand, fashion consultant at Iguatemi, talks to Carl Rosen, historian of Bulova, the renowned watch brand created in 1875 in New York.

Carl had a long career in brand management, becoming an expert in his creations and trajectory, creating the first museum on the history of Bulova.

Check out all the landmarks of one of the largest watch labels in the world in another exclusive content

Bulova's newest authorized service center & the VWI Edition Hack Watch

Bulova is pleased to announce the Veterans Watchmaker Initiative (VWI) as Bulova's newest authorized service center as well as the unveiling of a Special VWI Edition Hack Watch. 

In an effort to commemorate the mission of VWI, Bulova has donated tools, machinery, spare parts, watches, and more to help enrich the brand’s existing school as well as to become properly setup to service and repair all Bulova timepieces.

The Apollo 15 Bulova Chronograph Watch

In February 2014, before the public knew of the existence of this watch, sent an email to the owner Dave Scott, requesting permission to release the first photograph of the Bulova chronograph wristwatch worn by Commander Scott during the Apollo 15 mission on the surface of the moon.

It was with great pleasure that on March 21 2014, was the first website in the world to publicly acknowledge the existence of this watch, the first and only Bulova watch to be worn by an astronaut on the surface of the moon.

When members meet.

Submitted by mybulova_admin on November 17, 2014 - 7:22am
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I thought it about time we started a forum where we can post pictures of members meeting. A few years back I was delighted to hear that a couple of members met to share a beer and a yarn about their Bulova watch addiction, ah I mean collection. Prior to these members were total strangers and it's a wonderful feeling to know that this site has made some lasting marriages yet (plenty of divorces maybe..joking) but it's only a matter of time before His Excellency meets and marrys Her Excellency.