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Bulova 1941 Watertite

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im looking for a stem and crown replacement if any one can point me in the right direction. i wound it with a percision screwdriver and it kept time for almost two days. id like to get it fully wearable soon

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Bulova watch
1941 Bulova watch
1941 Bulova watch
1941 Bulova watch
1941 Bulova watch
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William Smith
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Posted March 9, 2013 - 7:33pm

Nice Watch. Double date stamped 1940/41 movement in a '41 case.  Dial says it all, but an ad will help.  I think we have one or two very similar ads.

Posted March 9, 2013 - 7:51pm

I have stems and hands for your watch as well as crowns. PM me at JP and we can discuss them.


Posted January 20, 2017 - 1:27am

Do you have a crystal for the 42?

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Posted March 10, 2013 - 12:22am

Watertite it is.

Geoff Baker
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Posted March 10, 2013 - 5:53am

Agree, Watertite. Keep 'em coming nicoroc, great watches!

Posted March 12, 2013 - 9:25pm

Definitely Watertite

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Reverend Rob
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Posted January 21, 2017 - 2:22am

Hey Nicoroc, I'm in agreement with an early Watertite with Radium dial. 

I would strongly recommend, as always, that if you plan to wear and use the watch, definitely get it serviced by a qualified watchmaker. A full service, which includes complete disassembly and cleaning of all parts, with re-assembly and repair when needed, and adjustment and regulation, using modern synthetic lubricants is necessary to keep the watch from running while dry and/or dirty.  A new mainspring is usually included in the service. 

That's my usual spiel, don't forget to tip your server, I'm here all week..........