• 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel
  • 1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel

1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel

Brand:Bulova
Model:Snorkel Automatic 666 feet
Year:1970
Material:Stainless steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:44mm
Size - length including lugs:45mm
Condition:Very good
Price:Sold

1970 Bulova Snorkel automatic 666 feet in stainless steel

Bulova with round black dial in an oval stainless steel case. Each hour is marked with a square box with excellent luminous. Each square at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock has a red mark. The window for the date is at 3 o’clock. It is a “T-Swiss-T” period. On the dial comes, 2 red crossed lines. The hands are white with “Baton” style with good luminous. The watch has an outside unidirectional bezel with an outline black line. It is a screwed back case with engraved inside “Model MLB – 774 – Swiss” and outside “Bulova – Stainless Steel – 666 feet – 3-209580 – NO”. It is an automatic movement with caliber 11BLACD with 17 jewels. The watch comes with a stainless steel strap with double clasp buckle numbered 10041”.

History

The story of Joseph Bulova started in 1875 in the New York area in opening a small jewelry store in the Maiden Lane. Years after years, Bulova offers a full line of watches. In 1926, Bulova introduce a world premier “a practical clock radio”. 1930-1940 is a period of tremendous success for the brand with its rectangular gold-filled wristwatches with highly cambered cases. In the 1950’s, Bulova is the first with electronic watches, the “Accutron”. In 1967, Bulova bought Universal then in 1979 is acquired by Loews Corp. and in 2001bought Wittnauer.

Technical details

Automatic sweep second movement with caliber 11BLACD with 17 jewels, 18,000 A/h and 45 hours of power reserve.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 44mm
Length including lugs: 45mm

Price: Sold