Versatile and Durable: Water-Resistant Watch with Quartz Movement and Convenient Date Window at 3 o’clock Position, Perfect for Everyday Wear, Expertly Crafted with Scratch-Resistant Mineral Crystal and Stainless Steel Case and Bracelet.
About The Product
Introducing the Bulova 96B347 Watch
At Bulova, we take pride in crafting high-quality timepieces that blend style and precision. The 96B347 watch is no exception, featuring a classic yet modern design that is perfect for any occasion.
The Bulova 96B347 watch boasts a sleek and stylish design that is sure to catch the eye of any watch enthusiast. The stainless steel case and bracelet give the watch a durable and elegant look, while the blue sunray dial adds a touch of sophistication. The silver-tone hour markers and hands are easy to read and complement the overall design of the watch.
The Bulova 96B347 watch is more than just a fashionable accessory – it’s also a reliable timepiece that is built to last. The watch features a quartz movement for accurate timekeeping and a date window at the 3 o’clock position for added convenience. With a water resistance of up to 30 meters, the 96B347 watch is suitable for everyday wear.
Crafted with attention to detail, the Bulova 96B347 watch is a testament to our commitment to quality. The watch features a scratch-resistant mineral crystal that protects the dial and hands from damage. The stainless steel case and bracelet are expertly crafted to ensure durability and longevity.
In conclusion, the Bulova 96B347 watch is a timeless timepiece that combines style and functionality. With its sleek design, reliable functionality, and expert craftsmanship, this watch is sure to impress even the most discerning watch enthusiast.
- UPC: 042429585270
- case color: Silver
- case material: Stainless Steel
- case shape: Round
- color: Silver
- gender: Men
- movement: Analog
- case size (width): 39mm
- strap material: Leather
- strap color: Brown
- strap width: 20mm
- water resistance: 30m / 3atm (bar)
Bulova is an American brand that dates back to 1875. It’s been around since the days of Joseph Bulova and his business of selling clocks and watches in New York City. His innovations included standardized production of watches and developing the first fully electronic watch with proprietary tuning-fork based technology, the basis for their iconic high-frequency Accutron timepieces, and now, their Precisionist watch and movements.