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Bulova Sea King Quartz Watch

Bulova Sea King Quartz Watch

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Only 50mm ?!?!?!? Ummm... no! Too small. Need 150.
Does it have the ability to remove gas from the body when at such depths with diving?
159 USD....
https://www.jomashop.com/bulova-watch-96b228.html
Guys, give Bulova a call, they are obviously taking a p!55 out of you for free advertising...
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I have a Precisionist Chronograph (Wilton), and it is very nicely made, and I wouldn't call anything about it cheap. I can't speak for this style, or any other watch, but Bulova seems to put out a quality product from what I've read? My watch is about 46mm, and too big for most people, but I have 8.25" wrists, and think it works pretty well. :) 50mm might be pushing it a bit much, but I suppose being a diver style probably would allow a bit more leeway there...
I find the quartz sweeping second hand to be intriguing. I didn't see a style I couldn't live without, though. A coworker has a precisionist and stated it is the only watch he needs. Dude just takes care of it and changes batteries when necessary. Isn't even looking at other watches. It is like he is married to the watch or something. I can't live that way. Too much out there to see and learn about. Good luck on the hunt, everyone!
Why I would pick a 50mm+ watch: - Grab a vibranium version and sub in for Captain America - Show Godzilla the time ("you were supposed to be at Mothra's at 8") - No cost parasailing - Can take that 5th slice of pizza on first trip at buffet - A tinfoil cover will get you 22 more channels - Able to quickly descend snow covered mountains while bad guys are running to their snowmobiles
Why I would NOT pick a 50mm+ watch: - Constantly being held on suspicion of stealing hubcaps - Being mistaken for an AWACS plane if within 100 miles of border - Always being asked where the food order is when dining out - Flashburns on the moon when checking time on sunny days (or worse, accidentally starting an interstellar war)