Bulova 1972 Accutron Date & Day

6/10 votes
Model ID rating explained.
Manufacture Year: 
Movement Model: 
2182 N3 1973
Movement Jewels: 
Case Serial No.: 
Case shape: 
Crystal Details: 
Acrylic domed
Additional Information: 

Here's an unusual case style I've yet to see for a 2182 Accutron with N3 marked movement.  This is a gold electroplate bezel, and 10k rgp back.  Hooded, or hidden lugs, and the black area around the coin edge bezel appears to be an enamel or painted coarse area.  Another used purchase, I'm unable to provide additional history. 

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ArchieGoodwin 1972 Accutron Day Date 11 12 2014
Posted November 26, 2013 - 7:37pm

Club 5000Panel Member

Pretty interesting Archie.... I'll have a look through the database and get back to this one.

Geoff Baker
Posted November 27, 2013 - 6:59am

Club 5000Panel Member

Nice one Archie, It's certainly an Accutron Day Date,  I can't find the letter variant on it.

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Posted November 27, 2013 - 1:37pm

I've been an Accutron fan for over a year now, and during that time I've shopped online (eBay, etc) and other places as well.  I've seen many styles of cases, but as of yet I've not run across this one. 

Posted November 28, 2013 - 6:44am

Club 5000Panel Member

Accutron Day & Date variant unknown. Is that black or brown around the bezel?

ArchieGoodwin's picture
Posted November 28, 2013 - 12:06pm

Appears to be black in color. 

Geoff Baker
Posted November 30, 2013 - 6:58am

Club 5000Panel Member

Panel Members - votes please?

Posted November 30, 2013 - 6:13pm

Panel Member

I'll stick to Accutron, Day/ Date. I know about as mutch about Accutrons as I do Military, so it's up to you guys . I don't know if there's a variant or if it's a numbered model so the generic is all good.

Posted November 30, 2013 - 6:42pm

Club 5000Panel Member

I'm good with generic Day/Date for now until we find a variant ad.

Posted December 1, 2013 - 10:56am

Generic Day/Date, no ad so far..

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Posted December 6, 2013 - 2:26pm

No one else here has seen or has this unusual case style?  I'm stumped, as I've never seen one before.