Bulova Women’s 98P115 Diamond Accented Silver-Tone Bracelet Watch
- Made in USA or Imported
- Case Diameter- 27 mm, Case Thickness- 5.2 mm
- Silver and gold-tone watch in stainless-steel with diamond-accented hour markers and logo at 12 o’clock
- Japanese-Quartz movement with analog display
- Protective mineral crystal dial window
- Water resistant to 99 feet (30 M): withstands rain and splashes of water, but not showering or submersion
- Silver-tone dial with gold-tone stick indices, two hands and 4 diamond accent markers
Silver dial enhanced by luminous gold-tone hands. stainless steel case with a two-tone (silver-tone and gold-tone) stainless steel band. Quartz movement. 30 meters / 100 feet water resistance. Fixed bezel. Scratch Resistant Mineral crystal. Stainless Steel case back. Fold Over Clasp. Texture Gold-tone crown. Case size 27 mm x 5 mm. Band 14 mm x 9 inches long. Bulova 98P115 Casual Diamond Watch.
The Bulova Women’s Diamond Silver White Dial Bracelet Watch combines classic styling with world-renowned Bulova craftsmanship. You’ll love the silver- and gold-toned polished stainless steel bracelet and fixed gold-toned bezel. Beneath the scratch-resistant mineral crystal is a silver dial with luminous gold-toned baton hands. There are stick hour markers and diamond hour markers on the three, six, nine and 12 o’clock positions, with minute markers around the rim. The watch also features a textured gold-toned crown and a fold-over clasp with double push-button safety. As functional as it is elegant, the Bulova boasts always-reliable Japanese quartz movement and is water-resistant to 100 feet (30 meters).
In 1875, a young Czech immigrant named Joseph Bulova set up shop in New York City, and a legendary American watch brand was born. Bulova was trained as a jeweler, and his expertise carried over into his watchmaking career, which began around 1911 with boudoir clocks and pocket watches, and soon evolved to include what was then one of the latest and most fashionable technological innovations: the wristwatch.
Bulova introduced its first line of wristwatches in 1919. The company grew and prospered, and soon early radio and television ads were declaring, “America runs on Bulova time.” In the 1950s, continuing its legacy of innovation, Bulova introduced Accutron, the first electronic watch, and the first breakthrough in timekeeping technology in over 300 years. The Accutron timing mechanism was later adapted for use by NASA computers and a Bulova timer was even placed on the moon to control transmissions of data. Bulova timepieces have kept official time aboard Air Force One and have also served as official timepieces for U.S. Olympic teams.
Today, Bulova maintains its tradition of excellence in technology and design, offering a diverse collection of beautiful precision timepieces for every occasion.