The history of the American watch brand Bulova dates back to 1875. It was then that Joseph Bulova immigrated to the United States and opened his first jewelry store in Manhattan at the age of 19. Bulova quickly gained a reputation beyond New York's borders for the outstanding quality of its products. Due to growing demand, Bulova built its first factory in 1912 in Bienne, Switzerland, and had jewel-set movements made there.
In order to ensure that the clocks produced recorded the correct time, the Bulova Observatory was erected on the roof of a skyscraper in 1920, using different data to ensure uniform time measurement. In 1919, Bulova launched its first collection of jewel-studded wristwatches. Today, the brand is known for its diamond-studded models, which meet the highest quality standards. They are not only elegant but also have a discreet, athletic design. Thus Bulova offers a wide selection of beautiful models with sophisticated design, both for women and men, to suit every occasion.