Bulova adds a new, five-link integrated bracelet to three new models in its CURV collection, the watchmaker’s series of models that feature an unusual double-curved sapphire crystal and a dramatic curvature in the case radius.
The new chronograph models include two in 45mm stainless steel cases available with semi-translucent dials in a choice of green or gray with rose gold details. A third debut is a two-tone 45mm model combining steel and rose-gold, topped with a semi-translucent black dial.
On each model, the 45mm case and double-curved crystal is additionally offset by an unusual 55mm curvature in the radius to create a case shape that curves to hug the wrist.
Each new dial on the trio of debuts offers a peek into the proprietary quartz movement plate below it via a translucent circular ring just round the chronograph sub-dials. Bulova finishes each dial with a striped pattern and prominent hour markers.
The chronograph display is a standard one with elapsed chronograph time shown in 12-hour, 60-minute, and 60-second intervals. The chronograph 60-second sub dial at 6 o’clock doubles as the seconds hand.
Bulova’s CURV is outfitted with brand’s proprietary high-speed quartz movement that vibrates at 262kHz, a frequency eight times greater than a standard quartz movement, enhancing its precision to plus or minus five seconds per month. All Bulova CURV Chronographs are water resistant to 30 meters.
Prices: $1,150 to $1,195.