Looking for either an Accutron Crystal for Case #7396 or Case #7323. It appears either crystal would work in my #7396 case. Perhaps the crystals are actually interchangeable. Thank you.
I read in a google search a discussion in this forum regarding how to separate a two piece stem without yanking it out but rather turning the stem backwards with the movement hanging. Worked like a charm.
Wondering IF there is an equally simple way to rejoin the parts when the time comes. Not sure how to query the archive.
Does anyone have a good running 6AH movement that they are willing to sell?
I received a beautiful vintage red dial President watch but the Setting lever spring arm broke off. Anyone have a replacement new or used? Or does anyone have a listing of interchangeable parts that lists this model that might fit. Thank you.
I'm looking to fit new hands to my Bulova His Excellency KK ideally in the 'fountain pen nib' style shown in the attached photo.
I would like to know if the standard hand parts (10BCC) pictured would be compatible with my model and if not where I can find ones that are.
Cheers - this is a great website!
I recently saw a 1949 Aeronaut 17J, 8AE with a black dial on ebay. It was listed as Vintage Bulova A9 Men's Wristwatch (view in completed auctions).
I saw three 1949 Aeronauts here on the site, but all three, including any adverts. showed a WHITE dial. I believe the one on the ebay auction was a newer, black re-dial.
My question is....did Bulova ever make a BLACK dialed '49 Aeronaut?
I'm looking for the following parts:
1) Genuine Stem and Crown
2) Genuine Glass
3) Genuine bracelet
below the watch:
Good morning fellow Bulova lovers,
I am on the hunt for a signed crown for my Snorkel,part #386-3w.
Thanks and have a great day.
My wife and I went to see "Ford v Ferrari" yesterday—a very good movie about Ford, race car designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) trying to win at Le Mans in the mid-'60s. The guy at Ford who gets things going, at least in the movie, is Lee Iacocca, and though I got just a glimpse of it, I saw right away what watch he was wearing: an Accutron 214. And it makes perfect sense that the go-getter, forward-thinking guy at Ford would be wearing that watch at that time.