Honestly, I'm not sure if this Accutron II would be part of my collection if it was not an online purchase. The information was off by at least 2mm and the picture didn't provide any hints that it was actually much larger than advertised. I belatedly found that it's actually 43.5mm wide and has a L2L distance of 50mm, so it's really too large for me. Just to put it in scale, here it is side by side with the 36mm Nomos Ahoi.
However, it still managed to charm me with its 70's case style, and lime on black color scheme. It's one of the last Bulova branded Accutron, it's also one of the few Bulova that are not an eyesore, and I'm not going to find a smoothest second's hand this side of a GS Spring Drive.
So yeah, today I'm wearing a frisbee and could not care less if it looks ridiculous on my wrist.
I'm a big fan of watches that are interesting because they are either unique, have interesting features, well designed or simply offer a great value for their price.