Bulova Millennia Watch [Perfectly Blends Silver, Gold, and Blue]

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Written By Logan Adler
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In the world of watches, Bulova is a legendary company. Since 1875, they have produced emblematic timepieces with master class. The Bulova Millennia Watch is a stunning example of their renowned artisanship. The stainless steel strap is a beautiful thread of silver and gold that perfectly blends with the contrasting blue of the dial. A further attention-grabbing feature are the four subtle diamonds symmetrically embedded on the face of the watch. The Millennia is truly a statement piece that will charm at any occasion.

Bulova Millennia
$349.95
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10/02/2022 03:23 am GMT

The watch clasp is fold-over with push-button release. It features three-hand analog quartz movement and stick index hour markers. The four diamond accents on the bezel offer a faint sophistication not found on many competitive brands.

For peace of mind, your Bulova watch is covered by Bulova’s 3-Year Global Warranty.

Details

  • Water-Resistance: 3ATM
  • Dial: Blue with Gold-Tone Accents
  • Strap Type: Bracelet, Stainless Steel
  • Case Material: Silver-Tone, Stainless Steel, Diamond Accents

Measurements:

  • Case Height: 44 1⁄2 mm
  • Case Width: 43 mm
  • Case Depth: 8 1⁄5 mm
  • Band Width: 18 1⁄2 mm
  • Band Circumference/Length: 11 1⁄2 in
  • Weight: 4.8 oz

The Millennia is also available for purchase in classic silver.

Bulova Millennia in Silver
$219.39
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10/02/2022 03:26 am GMT

Reviews

Very nice, thin dress watch. It is so clean and sharp looking. The crystals add elegance and the blue adds professionalism. The two toned band is unique. Had to remove a couple links to fit snug.

John C.

About Bulova

Bulova is a well-known American brand that has been in operation for over a century. Since 1875, when founder Joseph Bulova established his enterprise, they have remained faithful to their legacy of quality craftsmanship, ingenuity, and contemporary design. Bulova introduced their debut range of jeweled wristwatches for men in 1919.

In 2008, Citizen Watch Co., a Japanese multinational business purchased Bulova for $250M.

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Logan Adler
I enjoy good bourbon, cool gear, and well-made clothing. When I'm not writing for The Bullfighter, you can catch me playing chess or practicing jiu-jitsu. Happy to connect on Instagram or drop me an email at hello@thebullfighter.com

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