Certified Watch Store launches new season Bulova watches for Groundhog Day

Certified Watch Store has broadened its collection with a range of Bulova watches. With an emphasis on innovation and legacy, these timepieces are highly functional marine star watches.

New York, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Certified Watch Store has broadened its collection with a range of Bulova watches. With an emphasis on innovation and legacy, these timepieces are highly functional marine star watches with elapsed screw down clowns and elapsed time bezels. This has come at a time when millions of people anticipate the arrival of spring, gathering at Pennsylvania town for the annual weather prediction of Punxsutawney Phil on Groundhog Day. Bulova is one of the hallmarks of the American watch companies, and just as the name resonates, quality and affordability is their heritage. The icon company proudly unveils the water-resistant watches as a classy and luxury gadget fit for all occasions.

Bulova is the first company in the industry to make a fusing fashion watch at an affordable price. It reflects the innovation, uncompromising precision and dedication that Bulova has been shown since 1875. All icons start somewhere. Bulova’s story began when a twenty-three-year-old Joseph Bulova started a small jewelry outlet in New York City. Since then, Bulova’s rich heritage has continued up to date both in the ladies and gentlemen’s line.

Craftsmanship and elegant design are displayed in a variety of style and color choices. Bulova watches come in gold tone, silver tone, rose tone, black colored tone and two tones. The dials come in champagne, black, white and silver colors; the bands are plastic, fabric, leather and metal bracelet. It offers water resistance in swim proof, splash resistant, and diving standard choices.

Bulova offer fine watches without the luxury price tag. Although they shun silver and fine gold, most styles have special appointments regarding price charges and come in either round or rectangular shapes. Their movements are either automatic wind or quartz.

Bulova’s gentlemen line blends both durability and design with most of them having the sport traditional solid face. The designs range from dinner to vacation sports. The line also has titanium bands with grey, brown or cream faces. The ladies line is defined by rugged elegance; each piece is crafted with finesse and features feminine touches. They are styled with ceramic bands and multi-colored pearl faces options.

Although Punxsutawney Phil may have predicted six more weeks of winter, now is the optimum time to invest in a new Bulova timepiece from Certified Watch Store, ready for the coming change of seasons.

TO view Certified Watch Store’s collection of Bulova watches visit https://www.certifiedwatchstore.com/watches/mens-watches/shopby/brand-bulova.html

Contact Info:
Name: Press Department
Organization: Certified Watch Store
Address: 580 5th Avenue , New York, NY 10036, United States
Phone: +1-866-735-9116

For more information, please visit https://www.certifiedwatchstore.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 298071

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