With an unwavering drive for perfection, efficiency and precision, quality craftsmanship became the foundation upon which Joseph Bulova built his brand.
1875, Joseph Bulova founded his world-renowned company in Manhattan. A true innovator in the watch and clock industry, Bulova has had a great influence in shaping the history both within the United States and on a global scale. In 1926, it aired America’s first national radio commercial. Many firsts would soon follow leading up to the 1960s: Bulova was linked to the world of exploration by creating the Lone Eagle design to commemorate the first nonstop flight from New York to Paris by Charles A. Lindbergh; it created the first clock radio; manufactured the first electric clocks which are still found in some train terminals in America; aired the world’s first television commercial; and its Accutron technology was used on Air Force One as well as by NASA on various space missions including the first walk on the moon.
Bulova has maintained its solid reputation for accuracy, elegance and superb craftsmanship. In 2010, the Precisionist was released. Marketed as the world’s most accurate watch, it has a continuously sweeping second hand making it the most revolutionary product since the development of Accutron technology. The quality and craftsmanship of Bulova make it the best choice for the creative innovator, the explorer, and the fashion enthusiast in us all.