I've been looking online for information about the Bulova railroad grade 9362Q quartz models and I haven't been able to find much.
They were accepted for use with the Canadian railroad well into the late 1980s. The watch I saw had the date code N9 for 1979.
The movement is an ESA-ETA 9362 seven jewel "mechanical" quartz movement.
I saw one today but decided to hold off on the purchase until I did some research and I have come up with very little info about these watches.
Were they only issued to railroad workers, or could the general public buy them?
Can they be serviced? The date function on the watch I saw takes hours to change over when turning the hands, rather than changing instantly at midnight as it should. I didn't even check the quickset date change as I'm not sure how they work on these movements.
If anyone could shed some light on these watches I'd appreciate it. This example was in fairly nice shape with a full steel case and clean dial.