Bulova Snorkel 666 Feet 35mm ca. 1960 decade.
What I believe I have here is a 1968 Snorkel, however it does not say "Snorkel" on the dial. Everything else points to a Snorkel, but I am unsure of the variation. Date code definitely puts it at 1968.
Some Snorkels have "Selfwinding" on the dial and mine has "Automatic".
Was Bulova inconsistent with what was put on the dials or do these slight variations appear at certain times in the manufacturing run?
This has a tropical dial, creamy lume that still glows, "ballerina" case back. I picked it up yesterday and have been wearing it ever since. It's keeping great time.
1967 Bulova Snorkel " J "
Bulova Watch Co.
Case ref#: - 608
Crystal ref#: - 608AW
Crown ref#: - 342W
Black with tritium luminous markers: .... ref# - 11403W ...... [ Snorkel " J " model ]
Silver with tritium luminous markers: ... ref# - 11404W ..... [ Snorkel " K " model ]
Bezel ref# - B152
Bezel Spring ref#: - BS152
Mvmnt: 11ALAC 17 jewel automatic
Snorkel j , this case is not in the crispiest condition but still a nice find.
it needs a nos crown if anyone can help me with that . Please dm me.
Hello all, it’s been a minute. would anyone have a nos crystal for this watch for Sale?
When I purchased this watch, I thought this watch was a Clipper; then I believed to be a Commodore, but now I'm not so sure. Therefore, I will need your help, to identify this model from Bulova. God bless you.
Besoin d' un original couronne et une nouvelle tige à l'axe
Can anyone help with identifying this one? Has "Bulova self wind" above and "waterproof 666 feet" below.
hard to see as the crystal is badly scratched.