Japan's Quartz Movement, Water Resistant 30 Meters - 3 ATM
|Extras:||Box, Documents, Warranty, Certificate of originality|
Bulova was founded and incorporated as the J. Bulova Company in 1875 by Joseph Bulova (1851-1936), an immigrant from Bohemia. It was reincorporated under the name Bulova Watch Company in 1923, and became part of the Loews Corporation in 1979. Bulova have since then been designing quality watches and recently introduced a brand new range of more modern watches. The new range of Bulova watches combine classic old style fused with a more modern twist.
Highlights of the BULOVA DIAMOND ladies Watch 98P165.
Introducing an analogue ladies timepiece that is designed and constructed by Bulova. This model has a two tone stainless steel bracelet and a stainless steel case as well as a white dial. This 98P165 Bulova ladies wristwatch also has a 3 years manufacturer warranty booklet
Conditon: New unsued, the bracelet have still protection plastic.
Movement: Quality Japanese movement Quartz
Precious Stones: 3 diamonds,
Diamond weight 0.01 ct
Water resistance: 30 meters - 3 ATM
Close type: Fold over Clasp
Bezel Material Stainless Steel
Case diameter: 26 mm
Case height: 7.8 mm
Strap length: 22.9 cm
Strap width: 14 mm
Strap material: Stainless Steel
Strap colour: Two tone
Case material: Stainless Steel
Case colour: Silver
Dial colour: Mother of pearl
Dial: White with silver hands & indices Geometric and Roman numerals applied silver.
Glass: Scratch resistant mineral crystal glass
This classic ladies' watch is securely stored in its presentation box with user manual & 3 year manufacturer's warranty
Warranty Type: 3 Years Manufacturer
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