Bulova Oceanographer GMT

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Re: Bulova Oceanographer GMT

Post by bedlam » September 24th 2023, 8:43pm

I like the white dial version.

Getting a good-looking true GMT from a heritage brand for a lot less is not that easy.
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Re: Bulova Oceanographer GMT

Post by MAX » September 25th 2023, 12:47pm

Swore off Bulova when Citizen acquired the brand. Strange since I still like Citizen watches.
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Re: Bulova Oceanographer GMT

Post by tomsimac » November 8th 2023, 2:24am

I don’t get the 666 depth except it may have devilish advertising linkage. Price is not on point
I’ve owned over 17 in my collections… never kept them as eventually I grew tired of the soft cases
And constant polishing. Then Citizen buys them…. But Citizen made better watches on the upper end, especially perpetual models. The look like Invicta clones
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