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Bulova Ultra High Frequency Military Black IP Chronograph
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Bulova Ultra High Frequency Military Black IP Chronograph

Introducing the Bulova Ultra High Frequency Military Collection — Impeccable Accuracy in a Vintage Field Watch. Read More
Item #: E1295
$349.00

Was: $499.00

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Since 1980, our commitment to customer service has not changed — Herrington proudly stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of our products, and we truly hope you enjoy each and every purchase. However, in the event you are not completely satisfied, we will be happy to offer you a prompt exchange or refund within 90 days, provided that returned items are in their original condition and packaging. We believe in working with our customers to ensure each purchase is a positive experience.

Don't let this watch fool you — it may have the rugged good looks of a traditional field watch, but its precision movement is cutting edge! Bulova's Military Collection features exclusive technology powering unparalleled accuracy to within seconds a year. Inside this Bulova UHF timepiece the high performance quartz movement vibrates at an incredible 262 kHz (compared to 32 kHz in a standard quartz movement). And, this high frequency movement also features a smooth, sweeping second hand, not the "ticking" type seen on most quartz watches. Sixty-second index encircles the dial's outer ring for easy timing — provides a welcome visual complement to the coin edge bezel. Screw-back 316L stainless steel case and screw-down crown ensure water resistance to 330 feet. Scratch-resistant mineral crystal and large, easy-to-read hands and numerals are super-luminescent, so a quick glance tells you how much longer you'll be stuck in that dark theater. Date window is integrated into 6 o'clock for unobtrusive convenience. Chronograph movement powers minute, second and 1/20 second hand. Genuine leather strap. 42mm case.

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