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Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve

(14 customer reviews)

3640 Riyal

Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve is available in Saudi Arabia.

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Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve Leather Strap Watch

 

Test video – Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve :

 

 

 

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Questions & Answers – Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve :

➕ What is the price of Bulova Men's Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve in Saudi Arabia ?

The price of Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve in-store is 3640 SAR VAT.

➕ When Bulova Men's Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve was released ?

The release date was .

➕ What is the price of Bulova Men's Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve cheap used ?

The price of Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve used is 2540 SAR VAT.

➕ What are the main characteristics of Bulova Men's Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve ?

Special specifications :

➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 4.5 / 5 on Amazon.

➕ Where to buy Bulova Men's Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve in Saudi Arabia ?

Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

 

Technical specifications – Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve :

 

 

 

Purchase advice :

  • Warranty :

    Check the duration of the warranty and also the faults and defects it covers. Is it complete or limited? and What is included in the warranty (parts, repairs or both)?

  • Shipping :

    Is delivery offered? And how long does it take to get delivered (Delivery time)

  • Proof of purchase :

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  • After-sales service :

    Do they have an after-sales service to have information about the installation or operation (instructions for use). Also in case of problem, it is the seller who takes charge or you must contact the manufacturer or supplier yourself.

 

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14 reviews for Bulova Men’s Classic 6 Hand Power Reserve

  1. J. Z (verified owner)

    Great watch – watchband color not as shown – This is a lovely timepiece. I’ve had it a few days and I’m enjoying it quite a bit. My only criticism, as others have mentioned, it that the watchband is not grey as shown in the seller photos. I would call it sable, just the slightest shade lighter than black. You can see it in photos others have posted here, therefore I will not post my own photo.

  2. O. N (verified owner)

    Excellent – Absolutely stunning timepiece,

  3. I. K (verified owner)

    Great looking hardware – Does what it is supposed to, its a watch! Keeps time great, it is mechanical wind/or movement. Good eye catcher; is dual clasp – not a draw back just makes it harder to strap on then normal, so if im running late i might not grab it and grab the ole armitron

  4. K. H (verified owner)

    A great watch for a reasonable price – Let me start off by saying that Ian’s review pretty much says everything you need to know. But I figure if I add my own two cents, maybe it’ll help drive home the point: this is a really nice watch, especially considering it from a value perspective. Now ok, I hear you; “$400 doesn’t exactly fall in most folks ‘Value’ category, buddy.” Fair point. But when you consider what you’re getting (quality Japanese movement, hacking/winding, day, date, hour, and power reserve complications, sapphire crystal, display caseback, nice alligatored leather band with double deployment clasp), that’s an awful lot for the money, friends. Throw in what I consider to be an enduring, sophisticated look (opinions differ, of course) and the fact that it only gains about 1.5 seconds per day (mine does, anyway) and this thing starts to look like a really good deal for anyone who’s getting into watches but doesn’t want to/can’t drop 4 or 5 figures on something that is, let’s face it, a technology which isn’t exactly essential in today’s environment. I mean, yeah, it’s basically a bracelet, but at least it does something other than look nice. Short answer: if you’re on the fence, just buy it, man. I really don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

  5. Z. R (verified owner)

    A lot of watch for the money – I purchased this watch new on Amazon for $385.00 while Bulova’s website lists it for $716.00. I don’t know if I’d consider it a steal at Bulova’s price – it is Japanese-made rather than Swiss- – but I’d probably consider Bulova’s price to be within a reasonable range, and I do consider Amazon’s price to be excellent. This is a *very* nice watch. I’m just a watch enthusiast and not possessed of any great, deep knowledge of horology, but I know something about watches, I know a lot about quality, and I know when I’m impressed, and I’m impressed with this watch. It’s got a lot going for it. It’s a Bulova; it’s got a Japanese movement (which I consider second-best to a Swiss movement, which is to say I have a lot of respect for Japanese movements); it’s an automatic with multiple complications (it’s hard, if not nearly impossible, to find a high-quality automatic with multiple complications at this price); it’s drop-dead gorgeous, perfectly suited to even the dressiest of occasions, and it *feels* mechanically amazing. I was pleased when I took it out of its box (though the outer slipcase of the box looked like it had been through the wars, everything from the inner box on down was in fine, brand-new condition), but it was when I went to set it that I said, “oooh, *nice*…” out loud to myself. Operations involving the crown – winding (which you can do manually with this watch) and setting alike – have a smoothness to them that I don’t think any of my other watches, including my ~$900.00 Swiss-made Louis Erard, can equal.

  6. J. Z (verified owner)

    Great watch – watchband color not as shown – This is a lovely timepiece. I’ve had it a few days and I’m enjoying it quite a bit. My only criticism, as others have mentioned, it that the watchband is not grey as shown in the seller photos. I would call it sable, just the slightest shade lighter than black. You can see it in photos others have posted here, therefore I will not post my own photo.

  7. J. E (verified owner)

    Elegant Automatic Dress Watch – Every gentleman should own a dress watch. An analog piece that slides under the cuff of a dress shirt, that is subtle in appearance, and classic in function. This Bulova is a great example.

  8. T. B (verified owner)

    Great time piece – Just wish I had gotten the blue face:(

  9. T. B (verified owner)

    Great time piece – Just wish I had gotten the blue face:(

  10. Z. R (verified owner)

    A lot of watch for the money – I purchased this watch new on Amazon for $385.00 while Bulova’s website lists it for $716.00. I don’t know if I’d consider it a steal at Bulova’s price – it is Japanese-made rather than Swiss- – but I’d probably consider Bulova’s price to be within a reasonable range, and I do consider Amazon’s price to be excellent. This is a *very* nice watch. I’m just a watch enthusiast and not possessed of any great, deep knowledge of horology, but I know something about watches, I know a lot about quality, and I know when I’m impressed, and I’m impressed with this watch. It’s got a lot going for it. It’s a Bulova; it’s got a Japanese movement (which I consider second-best to a Swiss movement, which is to say I have a lot of respect for Japanese movements); it’s an automatic with multiple complications (it’s hard, if not nearly impossible, to find a high-quality automatic with multiple complications at this price); it’s drop-dead gorgeous, perfectly suited to even the dressiest of occasions, and it *feels* mechanically amazing. I was pleased when I took it out of its box (though the outer slipcase of the box looked like it had been through the wars, everything from the inner box on down was in fine, brand-new condition), but it was when I went to set it that I said, “oooh, *nice*…” out loud to myself. Operations involving the crown – winding (which you can do manually with this watch) and setting alike – have a smoothness to them that I don’t think any of my other watches, including my ~$900.00 Swiss-made Louis Erard, can equal.

  11. I. K (verified owner)

    Great looking hardware – Does what it is supposed to, its a watch! Keeps time great, it is mechanical wind/or movement. Good eye catcher; is dual clasp – not a draw back just makes it harder to strap on then normal, so if im running late i might not grab it and grab the ole armitron

  12. K. H (verified owner)

    A great watch for a reasonable price – Let me start off by saying that Ian’s review pretty much says everything you need to know. But I figure if I add my own two cents, maybe it’ll help drive home the point: this is a really nice watch, especially considering it from a value perspective. Now ok, I hear you; “$400 doesn’t exactly fall in most folks ‘Value’ category, buddy.” Fair point. But when you consider what you’re getting (quality Japanese movement, hacking/winding, day, date, hour, and power reserve complications, sapphire crystal, display caseback, nice alligatored leather band with double deployment clasp), that’s an awful lot for the money, friends. Throw in what I consider to be an enduring, sophisticated look (opinions differ, of course) and the fact that it only gains about 1.5 seconds per day (mine does, anyway) and this thing starts to look like a really good deal for anyone who’s getting into watches but doesn’t want to/can’t drop 4 or 5 figures on something that is, let’s face it, a technology which isn’t exactly essential in today’s environment. I mean, yeah, it’s basically a bracelet, but at least it does something other than look nice. Short answer: if you’re on the fence, just buy it, man. I really don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

  13. J. E (verified owner)

    Elegant Automatic Dress Watch – Every gentleman should own a dress watch. An analog piece that slides under the cuff of a dress shirt, that is subtle in appearance, and classic in function. This Bulova is a great example.

  14. O. N (verified owner)

    Excellent – Absolutely stunning timepiece,

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