Is a watch for telling time? Or is it to amp up your ensemble? Gone are the days when people used watches as a mere time-keeping device since they have become a dispensable fashion accessory. So no, do not wrongly assume that they’re mutually exclusive – which is the case with the Bulova Curv 97A144 watch.
At first glance, the two elements which instantaneously stand out are: 1. The sharp silhouette and shape that cut a stylish look on the wrist and, 2. The contrast between black and golden accents. And get this: it is the world’s first curved chronograph watch featuring high-performance quartz technology with 262 kHz vibrational frequency for precise accuracy to boot. What more can you ask for? Not much, we say.
Encased within the 44mm gold-tone stainless steel case, black bezel and anti-reflective sapphire crystal is a black and transparent smoked grey dial emphasised with gold-tone hands and markers, three timing sub-dials and a gold-tone stainless steel bracelet with a buckle clasp. A screw-in exhibition case-back offers a sophisticated view of the movement. This Curv97A144 watch, designed for style, comfort as well as practicality, is water resistant to 30 metres.
Once again, Bulova has added another first to its long history of watchmaking.
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