Bulova Marine Star Chronograph 98B201 Mens Watch
An excellent build quality, it's going to keep time perfectly and maybe flinch a few seconds a month on either side of what you call the perfect accuracy.
Auckland, New Zealand, April 20, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Bulova likes to keep things warm and peppy. So they paired a lot of pastel shades with dark, matted tones, something which one is not likely to see very often.
There’s not a plenty of varied textures to the watch, but the primary surfaces bear a matte finish. This brings prominence to the rest of the watch.
This is Bulova’s speciality. Apart from creating precise, handsome and tough-as-a-nut watches, the brand has an extensive range on offer. It’s hard not to find a watch of choice for an occasion out of the array. Similarly, when it comes to vigorous sports involving rough atmospheres and one don’t want to risk one's thousands-of-dollars worth Swiss sports watch, the Bulova Marine Star comes to rescue. One don’t damage it either, but one's subconscious doesn’t make one feel guilty for the harsh treatment. Its fame as a high-performance, sports timekeeping equipment stays intact; its superior durability than the rest in its class with 100 meters of water resistance makes one face the slush and mud with smiles.
Not just this particular model, but every Bulova is crafted out of the finest materials. The 315L and 316L surgical-grade stainless steel, resin, carbon fibre and top-quality leather are used most profusely; some higher-end Bulova’s use the proprietary nylon/ceramic composite (Duramic), diamonds and mother-of-pearl. But they are here to talk about the Bulova Marine Star Chronograph 98B201 Mens Watch with gray composite resin on stainless steel as the case material and sand silicone bezel accents.
The bezel material is almost as hard as steel and fights shocks in an excellent manner. Powered by the Miyota quartz and covered with a mineral crystal, this is the watch one can take along for one's every outdoor adventures and sports. The silicone strap is very comfortable and flexible and takes all the shearing that one can give it.
The Bulova Precisionist Chronograph is easy to read because of a logical layout in a logical colour combination - beige, gun metal and black. Each of its style features enhances the display, making it readable at a single glance. Distinctive, too; and comfortable and light to wear!
Regarding accuracy, it is equal to that of any good quartz watch. The Miyota from Citizen is a reliable workhorse and has earned accolades over the years. Now, one might be comparing it to the Precisionist at the back of one's mind. But oh, Bulova’s lineage in quartz accuracy is a renowned one, be it for the chronograph or for regular timekeeping. Both are plenty precise, more than one think. An excellent build quality, it's going to keep time perfectly and maybe flinch a few seconds a month on either side of what one call the perfect accuracy.
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