About the Bulova Archive Series
In celebrating the heritage and storied past of iconic timepieces, Bulova has revived their classic designs with the release of the Archive Series. It all started with the Lunar Pilot Chronograph: a design inspired by a prototype that made it to the moon on the wrist of an astronaut. The following spring, Bulova released the Chronograph C, mimicking the original design with a red, white and blue dial; steel-mesh bracelet and stainless steel case.
Bulova plans to showcase all Archive Series designs at their Empire State Building headquarters next year.
Cast your vote for the Next Bulova Archive series watch
Vintage-watch enthusiasts can be a part of Bulova history casting their votes now through the end of November. Voters will choose from three archival watches when they visit Votebulova.com and will be automatically entered to win a Chronograph C.
All three timepieces are rare '70s models that include the 1972 Oceanographer "Devil Diver," the 1970 Bull-Head Chronograph and the 1970 Surf-Board Chronograph.
Voting will end November 30 and the winning watch — and the winner of the Chrono C — will be announced as of December 1.
To read more about the rich history of Bulova, check out the archives of Analog/Shift.