Bulova: A History of Firsts

Since 1875, the Bulova brand has set the standard for timekeeping in America. From the first radio and television advertisements in the world to offering the first complete range of watches for men in 1919. Bulova timepieces were also the first on the battlefield, and the first privately owned timepiece to make it to the moon and back was a Moon Pilot Chronograph worn during the Apollo 15 mission. Bulova: A History of Firsts is the untold story of the company and their esteemed history of being first, laid out in eight visually appealing chapters with essays from style writers, ad journalists, and a noted horology expert.

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