Just a non-conforming project I thought was looking good, we can delete this afterward, I just wanted to show this to everybody.
This is a 1971 Bulova Pocket watch being re-purposed as a wristwatch. The watch comes out a tad large, similar to the size of Panerais, (44mm) which used the same type of movement and layout at one point. (they are now using in house movements. The earlier ones used Rolex modified Cortebert movements, as well as the rarer Angelus) I mention Panerai because they started out being lepine pocket watch movements in a wristwatch, which is why the sub seconds are at the 9.
Anyway, this is a 16AC, which is a 6497. The finished watch will use a 6498, (16AB) because of the layout of the wristwatch being a Hunter type. I just wanted to do a mockup to show what it will look like when it's all done. I wanted to use an actual Bulova branded movement with a see-through back as opposed to a generic Swiss one, like they did with the Accutron-Swiss watches , which I believe were called 'Gemini,' if memory serves.