Bulova Men's 64C104 Gemini Analog Display Swiss Automatic Brown Watch

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  • Imported
  • Precise 25 Jewels Automatic Swiss Made Movement; Chronograph Functions with 60 Second, 30 minute and 12 Hour Subdials; Day of The Week and Date Window at 3:00
  • Black Textured Dial with Rose Gold Tone Hands and Hour Markers; Exhibition Case Back; Sapphire Crystal; Rose Gold Tone Ion-Plated Stainless Steel Case; Brown Leather Strap
  • Case Diameter: 42mm
  • Water Resistant To 165 Feet
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Product Description


From the Precisionist Collection. Featuring Bulova’s proprietary Precisionist accuracy, this advanced chronograph offers 1/1,000-second precision over a twelve-hour time frame, with accuracy to within seconds a year. In stainless steel with curved crystal, multiple-layer black carbon fiber, blue, silver and black dial, chronograph measurement of hours, minutes, seconds, 1/10-seconds, 1/100-seconds and 1/1,000-seconds, yellow continuously sweeping second hand, luminous hour and minute hands, luminous markers, tachymeter, calendar, screw-back case, screw-down crown, double-press fold-over clasp with safety lock, and water resistance to 300 meters.

Providing an extraordinary level of timing accuracy, the Bulova Precisionist Chronograph is the only chronograph to combine stopwatch timing to 1/1,000-second with Bulova’s exclusive Precisionist-class torsional resonator movement, proven in laboratory testing to be one of the world’s most accurate.

Easy and logical to read, each style features four subdials to display the cumulative time at a single glance, with individual measurements on the combined 1/10- and 1/100-second counter, as well as the hour and minute dials, dual-duty floating second hand, and a distinctive 1/1,000-second track with retrograde indicator.

Precisionist Technology

At the heart of the watch is the Bulova Precisionist-class torsional resonator movement, custom-engineered to provide accuracy to within seconds a year using a three-prong quartz crystal that creates a vibration frequency of 262.144 kHz, the highest of any watch in the world and far greater than that of a standard quartz crystal. In laboratory testing, the Precisionist-class movement has been shown to be three times more accurate than standard quartz. This proprietary manufactured movement, including the signature floating second hand, also offers a resistance to gravitational error that makes it superior in performance to any mechanical watch on the market.

Summary of Features

  • Precision timing to 1/1,000th of a second
  • 12-hour chronograph function
  • One of the world’s most accurate movements – accurate to within seconds a year
  • Precisionist-class torsional resonator movement proven in laboratory testing to be three times more accurate than standard quartz
  • Stainless steel case and bracelet
  • Curved mineral crystal
  • Multiple-layer black carbon fiber, blue and silver dial
  • Yellow continuously sweeping second hand
  • Luminous hour and minute hands
  • Luminous markers
  • Calendar window
  • Tachymeter
  • Screw-back
  • Screw-down crown
  • Water resistant to 300 meters
  • About Bulova

    In 1875, Joseph Bulova, a 23-year-old immigrant, set up shop in New York City and a legendary American watch brand was born. Since then, Bulova has stood proudly in the vanguard of timekeeping innovation, committed to the legacy of creativity and excellence established by its founder.

    A pioneering force in the industry, Bulova transformed how watches were worn and how time was perceived, registering over 50 patents as he and his company built a record of creativity including the first full lines of men’s (1919) and ladies’ (1924) wristwatches, the first clock/radio (1928) and the first electric clock (1931). To ensure the utmost in precision, in 1920, Bulova even established its own observatory – located atop its New York skyscraper. With that same spirit of innovation, following World War II, determined “to serve those who served us,” Bulova established The Bulova School of Watchmaking, using new and unique methods to train disabled veterans for positions in the watch and jewelry industry. Then, in 1960, Bulova changed timekeeping forever with the revolutionary Accutron, the world’s first fully electronic watch. An integral component of U.S. space technology, Accutron timing was used on 46 NASA missions, including Apollo XI, the first lunar landing (1969).

    Today, as one of the world’s most recognized brands, Bulova has expanded across the globe, with four separate watch brands, Bulova, Bulova AccuSwiss, Bulova Accutron II and Caravelle New York, as well as the award-winning Bulova Clocks.

    The signature Bulova brand provides an extensive selection of watches for every occasion, crafted of the finest materials, including 315L surgical grade stainless steel, diamonds, mother-of-pearl, carbon fiber, top-quality leather and Bulova’s proprietary Duramic nylon/ceramic composite, and powered by Precisionist-class quartz, automatic and quartz movements. An industry leader in diamond watch styling, with the new Diamond Gallery offering exquisite designs in stainless steel with sapphire crystals, Bulova is also known for Precisionist, featuring Bulova’s proprietary Precisionist-class quartz torsional resonator movement for accuracy to within seconds per year, the Marine Star collection, combining high-performance sports timekeeping with superior durability and water resistance to a minimum of 100 meters, and a comprehensive selection of classic styles, each with a three-year limited warranty.

Sporting an intricate design and subdial system, this bold Accutron Bulova Chronograph is precise on time and measurement.

Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 6 x 7 inches; 4.32 Ounces
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ 64C104
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ December 6, 2011
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Bullied Publishing
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B005ZSEU62
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.3 out of 5 stars 20 ratings

Product specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Bulova
Model number 64C104
Part Number 64C104
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Anti reflective sapphire
Display Type Analog
Clasp Deployment Clasp
Metal stamp None
Case material Stainless Steel
Case diameter 42 millimeters
Case Thickness 15 millimeters
Band Material Leather
Band size Men's Standard
Band width 20 millimeters
Band Color Brown
Dial color Black
Bezel material Stainless Steel
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day-Date
Special features N/A
Item weight 4.32 Ounces
Movement Swiss Automatic
Water resistant depth 165 Feet
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 23, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Watch!!! Has Sellita SW 500/ NOT THE VALJOUX 7750!
By Ray V on December 23, 2015
Bought from WOW for the price advertised & completely happy. It's not my first Accutron in an automatic movement or even this style. I owned an older version in the all stainless steel. That one was manufactured in 2008 so it had the Valjoux 7750 automatic movement. Bulova still had access to those movement at that time. This one though that I purchased on here 2 months ago was manufactured in 2012 clearly seen on the box. Which lends to the fact that Bulova no longer has the ability to use Valjoux 7750 movement inside. Option for Accutron like a lot of other non Swatch Group brands is to use the Sellita SW 500. Identical movement in look and feel mine is accurate to +5 seconds a day. This a great replacement to the Valjoux 7750 that's why many brands are using it like Tag, Oris, Raymond Weil to name a few. Please don't argue this point about it being a Valjoux 7750 & if it's not in my watch it must be a fake or a switcheroo. I can see clearly the Sellita logo and SW 500 in the caseback of my watch. Plus do the research to know why it has the SW 500 & not the Valjoux 7750. Overall it's a beautiful & substantial time piece. Easily in the top 5 in my collection. It's what I've come to expect from Bulova/Accutron in quality and value.
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 20, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars TLDR(too long didn't read): This watch is more than I could ask for!
By Amazonian on April 19, 2016
DISCLAIMER: I'm new to watch snobbery (this one was the gateway) so take it as you will. Also, paraphrasing is hard...

My first watch of now three, I originally planned to get a cheap auto to test, a daily watch and then a "fancy/impress someone". (This was the "impress") But now, I can't take it off to wear the others!

Pro: EVERY category is 5 stars (4+, definately) . Yes, the case size is large but shockingly not too large!

MAYBE con: in response to size, it is tall (15mm) but if you like large cases this can be YOUR watch.

Initial presentation attached. (Packaging did not look exactly like this, had to reorient. But that's not the product that's the shipper).
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