As the title says, I've always admired the Marine Star name and I like Bulova watches in general. This 1984, absolutely mint example showed up and I picked it up for a song.
Too bad it's dead as a door nail. 🙄
Not the first time this has happened and it's always a consideration when buying used. There was no promise of it working and most of the time it just needs a new battery, but not this time. Very curious, since it's so mint.
That didn't confront me too much, I just received a new Miyota quartz movement the other day and will replace it on the next rainy day. I'll replace the Jubilee bracelet with something different as well, since it's too small.
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