Forums Latest Members

Spaceviews, Computrons and WWII - My 8 Bulovas

  1. bradurani Fri. 1:03am

    Posts
    411
    Likes
    1,346
    I didn't intend to start a Bulova collection, it just kind of happened. I love the history of electric watches because they're a perfect microcosm of the transistor revolution at large, and they create such a beautiful narrative of the power of applied physics. That the transistor revolution begot a style revolution makes it even better. Enjoy!
    PXL_20220114_001126958.jpg PXL_20220114_001300138.jpg PXL_20220114_050539356.jpg PXL_20220114_051238063.jpg PXL_20220114_052240885.jpg PXL_20220114_053729961.jpg PXL_20220114_053818377.jpg PXL_20220114_054030782.jpg PXL_20220114_055945158.jpg PXL_20220114_060711724.jpg
     
  2. Canuck Fri. 3:58am

    Posts
    10,310
    Likes
    26,839
    My paltry grouping (by comparison) includes a Wittnauer LED, a Bulova Computron, a Bulova automatic, and a model 214 Accutron Spaceview. I didn’t bother to show the carcasses of numerous Bulova LEDs buried in a junk drawer, none of which function. Excellent grouping. You are to be congratulated!

    2E2EC46B-C7C1-41C4-BD78-0A764B6269EC.jpeg 9C1CF21E-317E-4C45-95D9-803A03C716BD.jpeg 537994E0-6211-452D-9C4B-62E34F6F804E.jpeg 56EE59B0-6093-486C-BE83-E5AD85C7F194.jpeg
     
    UncleBuck, AAAKK, TexOmega and 5 others like this.
  3. kev1976t Fri. 5:23pm

    Posts
    201
    Likes
    171
    some great funky pieces in that lot
     
  4. FREDMAYCOIN Fri. 7:52pm

    Posts
    948
    Likes
    1,471
    Beautiful collection, congratulations and thanks for sharing
     
  5. AAAKK First listing in the ΩF B2B phone book Fri. 8:05pm

    Posts
    782
    Likes
    2,559
    Very cool collection, love the Big Block. Recently did a battery change on my '74, stainless steel version

    20211217_153634.jpg
     
    Waltesefalcon and FREDMAYCOIN like this.