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FS: Bulova Astronaut GMT with Bakelite Bezel (FULL SET!)



Brand and Model History:

1968 Bulova Accutron Astronaut black dial, cal. 214HN, 38.2mm. case.

With the re-edition of the 50th Anniversary Accutron, many collectors are looking at these pieces of American history with renewed interest.

The Bulova Accutron was in the 60s the most popular $100+ timepiece in America, President Johnson declares it the White House’s official Gift of State.
Accutron is the first watch to keep time through electronics, it was a revolutionary timekeeping concept of a watch without springs or escapement operated by an electronically activated tuning fork. The movement was so accurate that the US Government asked Bulova to delay the release of the revolutionary movement for fear the technology may fall into the hands of the Russians, at the time US would be launching new satellites timed by the Accutron and they simply did not want the Russians to benefit from the same precision.
In 1960 NASA incorporate the Accutron into its computers for the space program which become an integral part of 46 missions of the U.S. Space Program.

Bulova is the most successful American watch manufacturer. Established in 1875 in New York by an immigrant named Joseph Bulova, it was acquired by the Loews Corporation in 1979 and then again by Citizen in 2008, but continues to operate independently from the same New York location.


Bulova Astronaut GMT 1970

-Full set and in mint condition( Box and warranty booklet)

-40mm steel case numbered: 3-213077NO

-Mov.Accutron n.214(not modified)

-Bi-directional rotating bakelite

-JB champion logoed ,original "BULLET" bracelet(all links)

-2 Additional battery



Excellent overall condition, this is a beautiful collectors piece

from 1970




EU countries:

Fast european FEDEX 35$(tracked)

Non EU Countries(USA,ASIA,ETC.):

FEDEX courier express service to USA 50$ (tracked)

EMS courier express service to ASIA,AUSTRALIA,MIDDLE EAST 75$(tracked)


Many feedback and references here , on ebay and some main forums

Thanks to Jeff and CT

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