I picked up this bulova Breton around a year ago for my birthday. It was my first automatic watch so it means a lot to me. I'll start with the specs:
Strap: lizard grain genuine leather with bulova embossed butterfly clasp
Dial: Enamel white dial with gray filled arabic numerals
Case material: Gold PVD stainless steel
Movement: Sellita SW-200
It's well sized and fitted for most wrists. The strap is somewhat shitty and I'd like to replace it soon. The case scratches easily but it still looks pretty new.
The Brand & Purchase
The Bulova Breton series is one of the three commemorative lines for watches designed off of classic designs from the 1930's. The lines are, Banker, Breton and the Commodore. I picked this up for $820 instead of the retail of $1,095 at Feldmar watch Company.
The Sellita SW-200 movement in this watch is below par for what I would expect. The power reserve constantly under performs, at best I can get 36 hours at full wind. The accuracy is about +/- 45 seconds per day. The hack is very on and off, sometimes it works other it doesn't. This taken into account I'm hesitant to say the movement is wonderful. The crown action is alright, the winding feels somewhat sticky and is hard to operate. The setting is good, there is enough play. The date set is also ok. It's hard to operate but I can live with it. The dial detail is STUNNING, the painted numerals and the train track minute counter, the hands are beautiful in their construction and I like how simple the branding and info is.