The Bulova Women’s 96P121 Analog Silver Watch has a design that easily makes it one of the sexiest women’s wrist watches around. A stainless steel bracelet with a double push button safety deployment clasp is attached to a 28mm case of the same material, with the bezel and hands also made of stainless steel. It has a silver dial and employs a battery powered Japanese quartz movement.
It is a well-known fact that diamonds are a girl’s best friend and the Bulova 96P121 understands this, indulging its wearers with diamond markers at the one, three, five, seven, nine and eleven o’clock positions. The two, four, six, eight and twelve positions are marked in silver. This beautiful women’s watch is covered by scratch resistant mineral crystal and is water resistant to 99ft.
Bulova has come a long way from its humble origins in 1875, when Joseph Bulova first started business in New York City. Since then, the company has changed the way people have viewed time. A pioneer in the watchmaking world, Bulova has brought the world its first men’s and ladies’ wristwatches, the first clock radio and the first electronic clock. Bulova revolutionised timekeeping with the first fully electronic watch, the Accutron, which has been used by NASA on 46 missions including the first lunar landing.
The company has become famous for their Diamond watches and their use of the finest materials in their craft e.g. 315L surgical steel, diamonds, mother of pearl, carbon fiber, top quality leather and their signature Duramic nylon/ ceramic composite. Bulova’s legacy of ingenuity continues today with new innovations in accuracy, namely their Precisionist Collection.
A feat of horological genius, the Bulova Precisionist Chronograph features the famous Bulova Precisionist-class torsional resonator movement, making it one of the most advanced chronographs on the market today. Custom engineered to provide accuracy, this watch has been proven to be one of the world’s most accurate chronographs, boasting timing to 1/10th, 1/100th, and 1/1000th of a second. In laboratory testing the Bulova Precisionist Chronograph has been laboratory proven to be accurate to within seconds a year, its precisionist-class torsional resonator movement was also proven to be three times more accurate than standard quartz movement. It combines stop watch timing to 1/1000th of a second with this movement making it the only chronograph to do so and one of the most accurate in the world today.