Bulova Computron Watch

Mar 28, 2019

Category: Style

In the 1970s and ‘80s, watch companies constructed models that took a stab at what timepieces of the future could look like, including Bulova. With the reissue of the Bulova Computron Watch, the American company is bringing back a vintage timepiece with a striking, unique design that captures the retro-future vibe.

The trapezoidal watch has an angled LED display, which mirrors the original iteration. Bulova updated the vintage silhouette with a dual time zone function and indicators for month, date, and day. The watch definitely looks like it belongs in a classic sci-fi movie, which adds to its charm. Bulova’s Computron watch comes in three case materials: gold-plated steel, black ion-plated steel, and stainless steel. The black IP and stainless steel variations will go for $295 each and the gold-plated option will be available for $395. There’s no word yet on the release date of the Computron.

Purchase: $295+

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