$399.00 - $334.02
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From the manufacturer
Bulova, an American brand, is known for its innovation, craftsmanship and advanced technology. Since 1875, when founder Joseph Bulova opened his store on Maiden Lane in downtown Manhattan, Bulova has remained true to his legacy – mastering the classic art of timekeeping while always embracing the future.
A Bulova Watch is not only a timepiece; it is a piece of history.
Bulova Men’s Precisionist 98B318
Bulova Men’s 98B318
From the Precisionist Collection. Precise timing to 1/1000th of a second. Continuous-sweep second hand. New Champlain style in black IP stainless steel. Forged carbon case with eight-hand chronograph function, black dial with calendar feature, curved mineral glass, screw-back case, and leather-lined black Cordura nylon strap with buckle closure. Water resistance to 300 meters. Powered by Bulova’s proprietary three-prong quartz crystal Precisionist movement with a 262kHz vibrational frequency.
Chronograph Measurement of Hours, Minutes, Seconds, 1/10-Seconds, 1/100-Seconds and 1/1,000-Seconds
Black IP Stainless Steel Case
Leather-Lined Black Cordura Nylon Strap
Multiple-Layer Black Carbon Fiber
Powered by Bulova’s Proprietary Three-Prong Quartz Crystal Precisionist Movement with a 262kHz Vibrational Frequency–Eight Times Greater than Standard Quartz Watches — for Unparalleled Accuracy
White Continuously Sweeping Second Hand
Three-Piece Buckle Closure
Water Resistance to 300 Meters
46mm Black IP Stainless Steel and Forged Carbon Case
Eight-Hand Chronograph Function and Sweeping Second Hand
Black Dial with Calendar Feature — Water Resistant to 300m
Leather-Lined Black Cordura Nylon Strap with Three-Piece Buckle Closure
Black IP stainless steel screw-back case with screw-down crown, black carbon fiber chronograph dial with date feature, curved mineral crystal, leather-lined black Cordura nylon strap.
Case Diameter: 45.5mm
Water resistant 200m (660ft): in general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not diving