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Bulova Auto Dress Watches (Exhibition Caseback) 3 Styles $169.00 Each, Hack $179, Citizen Fugu $329 Delivered @ Starbuy


Weekend Sale

Bulova Automatic 98A289$169.00 delivered

Bulova Automatic 97A171$169.00 delivered

Bulova Automatic 98A187$169.00 delivered

Bulova Auto 37mm Hack 96A282 (blue dial)$179.00 delivered

3 Year Warranty.

Citizen Fugu NY0118-11A$329.00 delivered

  • Crystal/Lens - Sapphire
  • Diameter - 44mm
  • Band width - 20mm
  • Case Thickness - 13.1mm
  • Auto Movement
  • Screw Down Crown
  • Luminous hands & markers
  • Water resistant - 200 Metres
  • 5 year Aus warranty from Citizen Aus

Maverick Watch Review of a similar model.

Other Watch Deals
Casio MRW200H $31.35, World Time $44.15 + Del ($0 with prime) Solar Classic $116, CasiOak $135.15 Delivered @ Amazon AU
40mm Diver Style Watch with Seiko Quartz Movement US$6.35 (~A$9.70) Delivered @ TPW Store Aliexpress

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closed Comments

  • +1

    love it when brands let you have a peek at the entry-level movement inside

    • +2

      How many people can tell the difference looking at it anyway? I know a bit about watches but the "21 jewels" written on the front is a bigger giveaway that it's a cheap movement.

  • +1

    Not sure I'm on board with the crown@ 2 o'clock.

  • In the cheaper watch category, wouldn't an eco-drive like below be better?


    Sapphire crystal
    Titanium case
    10ATM water resistance

    • +1
    • They’re two very different watches. The eco drive looks like it appeals to the 15 to 25yo males while the Bulova is more elegant

      • There's something interesting about automatics too.

        • +1

          Yep, I like automatics but obviously there are advantage to both. Bulova has an interesting lineup overall.

  • Is that a good price for the Bulova hack?

    Seems ok based on past deals..

    • +1

      cracking price - lowest I have seen

      • Thanks, wanna get it but +40/-20 seconds per day seems like a lot?

        • +2

          I think they put a wide margin just like seiko does. I have 3 watches with Miyota 8 series - running at +4 +8 and +17 without having been worn for a while. Pretty easy to regulate but I haven't bothered with those

  • Does anyone have any experience/ insight with Bausele?

    Australian designed, proven Swiss movements, some assembled in the USA, others Switzerland?

    How does the value compare to similar watches that use Sellita movements?

    To me it would appear relatively good value with a few unique/ quirky features & collaborations for their watches.

    • I've visited their website.

      Overpriced wank.

  • Just grabbed the Bulova Hack.

    Came across this though.. 😪
    Still missing the brown (SRPF39J) one.. 😭

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