Bulova Strap M Y St Sw

# 97B196

Bulova Strap M Y St Sw

# 97B196

Incorporating vintage Bulova designs with the unmistakable elements of legendary performer, Frank Sinatra, the ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ watch features a gold-tone stainless steel case with gold-tone vintage style hands and markers. Frank Sinatra’s signature is displayed elegantly on the textured silver white dial. The watch features a Miyota Caliber 8215 21-jewel automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve and calendar. The exhibition case back showcases the fine movement and features the song title as well as the iconic Fedora Hat, which can also be found etched on the crown. The black lizard grain textured leather strap features a deployant buckle and is stamped with the name ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ along the inside. The watch features a domed sapphire crystal with AR coating and water resistance to 30 meters.

$825

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Incorporating vintage Bulova designs with the unmistakable elements of legendary performer, Frank Sinatra, the ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ watch features a gold-tone stainless steel case with gold-tone vintage style hands and markers. Frank Sinatra’s signature is displayed elegantly on the textured silver white dial. The watch features a Miyota Caliber 8215 21-jewel automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve and calendar. The exhibition case back showcases the fine movement and features the song title as well as the iconic Fedora Hat, which can also be found etched on the crown. The black lizard grain textured leather strap features a deployant buckle and is stamped with the name ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ along the inside

Name Strap M Y St Sw
Stock Number 97B196
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Collaborations
Material Stainless Steel

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For over 135 years, Bulova has stood proudly in the vanguard of American innovation. A pioneering force in the industry since opening a small store in Lower Manhattan in 1875, Joseph Bulova transformed how watches were worn and how time was perceived. An independent thinker alert to the era’s risk-taking ethos, Bulova presented one innovation after another, establishing a dedication to creativity and change that endures to the present day.