1971 Bulova Accutron Railroad Approved (Ref. 2875) Gold Capped
The vintage Bulova obsession in the watch community is very real and here to stay. The unique and funky watches that Bulova made from the 60s-80s are always a cause for conversation, ranging from colorful diving chronographs to eccentric electric watches like the famous Accutron.
This Accutron in particular is appropriately called the Railroad, because it was actually one of the very few wristwatches purpose-made and approved for railroad workers. Thanks to its quartz movement, it was incredibly accurate while also being affordable, making them easily adoptable by both the intended audience and lots of other "regular" folks as well.
|Style||Accutron "Railroad Approved"|
|Material||10k Gold Plate|
|Bracelet||2pc Leather Strap|
The "fancy" tapered lug, gold-capped case makes remains in good overall condition showing some of the original factory finishing. The case back retians all of its original factory markings. The watch will come supplied on a two-piece handmade leather strap.
The original white dial features large, black Arabic numerals from 1-12, and slightly faded red/orange numerals from 13-24. The original hands remain in great condition, with the sweep seconds hand offering a nice extra pop of red
None. The watch just received a new battery and is operating perfectly and keeping excellent time, previous service history is unknown.