Here is a typically late 1970 version with a gold-plated case and its crown at four o’clock, a brushed gold dial with Arabic numerals painted in black, and the day and date indication at three o’clock.
2182 F Bulova tuning fork - Circa 1970
Do you know the fabulous Accutron story? It is intimately linked to the name of Max Hetzel, its inventor. A physicist at the University of Zürich at the Institute for Technical Physics, he began his watchmaking career at Bulova, for whom he invented and patented the Accutron movement in the mid-1950s.
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PRETTY LITTLE DETAILS
|Model:||Accutron, part number 7539-1|
|Caliber:||2182 F Bulova tuning fork|
|Strap:||Pigskin Leather JOSEPH BONNIE|
|Papers / Box:||No|