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Very nice - the sweep second goes round in one continuous, smooth motion, does it not?


It does sweep really smooth! If I'm not mistaken, the quartz movement has 3 prong crystal instead of the usual 2 prongs. This allows the movement to beat multiple times faster than a regular quartz movement.

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The sweep is beautiful! So smooth. I own about 14 different watches from $200 to $7000 and this one is actually the most comfortable wear of all. These list for $500 but you can find them new around $380 or so. HIGHLY recommended.

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Hmmmmm. Vid isn't working on my end. Can you guys see it?


Yes - it has to be downloaded first. Not sure if you can embed uploaded video in ipboard but I will check.

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Very nice - what's the movement in this one?

Bulova calls it their Precisionist movement. It'a a very accurate quartz movement with a sweep second hand, as opposed to the traditional one tick per second quartz movements. I've wanted one for a while and this one popped up on my ebay search with 4 minutes left to go. You can buy this watch on ebay right now for $189....but that is the lowest price I've seen anywhere. So, I'm happy to have got it a little cheaper than that, even with the shipping charge.



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