My Bulova 98B247 Accutron II, aka Lobster, is weird. It’s basically a 70’s design that was blown up like a balloon until it reached 43.5mm diameter, which is when Bulova decided that it was now large enough to join the crowd of oversized monstrosities they were planning to release.
It’s too large for me but I still bought it, because it’s one of the last Accutron models from Bulova and with its lugless design it’s still somehow manageable on my wrist. It’s also awesome because the same movement that forced it to be so large is also responsible for its unique sweeping second’s hand that glide over the dial with a smoothness that is unmatched by most other watches that are not powered with a Spring Drive.
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.