Bulova unveils the Limited Edition reimagining of the original 1970’s Chronograph A, aka the “Surfboard.”
The phrase “making the trains run on time” has become synonymous with the idea of a well-oiled and properly functioning system. So, it’s only logical that trains and train travel would be deeply associated with watches and clocks that keep hyper-accurate time. Beyond this, there is a look and feel to a railroad watch that makes them almost instantly recognizable and distinguished from other timekeepers.
In 1938, Oris introduced a pioneering watch for pilots. It had an oversized crown so that glove-wearing airmen could easily adjust it, and an unusual display of the date with a central pointer hand. Eight decades later, the Big Crown Pointer Date continues the lineage that has become one of the most recognizable Oris designs.