Bulova 1976 Computron "LCD"

3/10 votes
Model ID rating explained.
3
Variant: 
LCD
Manufacture Year: 
1976
Movement Model: 
3006.10
Movement Serial No.: 
3006.10
Case Serial No.: 
F 53
Case shape: 
Other
Case Manufacturer: 
Bulova
Crystal Details: 
Crystal is 30 cm wide x 25 cm tall
Additional Information: 

As described in a newspaper advertisement...

"... the new and exciting - Bulova Quartz Digital - Bulova Computron (LCD) Stainless Steel Case.  Charcoal grey dial. $99.00 "

1976 (N6)

Shape: Hexagon

BULOVA - Power Cell 247B (Energizer 384 current installed)

Men/Laides - M

TYPE - Bulova LCD W/Bulb

STYLE # - 81200 (or 81201)

CASE # - Bulova Swiss F 53 

MODEL (movement) 3006.10

NO. OF CELLS - 2

The watchband is a replacement with "Speidel U.S.A" stamped on back of each link.  I believe the original band was leather.

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mybulova_admin
Posted July 16, 2013 - 6:15am

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"Bulova Computron (LCD)" or K in the list.

Triumph
Posted July 17, 2013 - 3:47pm

Thanks for the comments and insights.  I was excited that the watch actually worked with new batterys and am in the process of finding a nice Bulova strap...I'd like to wear it occasionally.

Since I tag along with my wife as she scours various antique/flea markets looking for items for her business...now I have something to occupy my time...looking for Bulova watches!

I enjoy reading the mybulova site, quite interesting.  Trying to gain knowledge on Bulova history so I know what I find.

I am sure I overpaid for the '76 Computron ($19) but I was just excited to find it on a recent trip.  Also haven't found another photo of it and the add was the only picture I came across.  And hey it works and actually is scratch free on the glass.

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airborne
Posted May 19, 2015 - 2:49pm

You can't go wrong for that price☺

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William Smith
Posted May 19, 2015 - 2:34pm

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The LCD which is entered in the variant field describes a component of this Computron.  So the variant is unknown.  Sure looks like the K from the ad.