Here's a Buler automatic swiss watch, looks to be the follow up watch to the Super Nova. This watch is perfect - unused - NOS, never touched since the 70's.
Here's a Buler Super Nova, in A1 mint condition! And in black. Black. Surely black is the coolest color for a
Here's a Buler Super Nova, in A1 mint condition! Sooooo cool. This is a lovely piece, and a collectible watch if ever there was one.
How nice is this? I've never seen this wonderful Super Nova watch with a unique olive green face before.
This is definitely the favourite combo for the retro world viewers. The jump hour watch on the blue face. The last couple we have had on the site flew off...
The first thing I noticed, and liked, about this watch was the depth of the thing. It's 12mm in depth. Get a ruler, do a sketch - that's deep. It's almost bucket like, but it's very cool.
This watch measures a cracking 35 x 38 mm, has a wonderful swiss movement, and a great design. What more does one need from one's retro watch??
This is a big chunk of 70's watch. The Buler Super Nova epitomises the style of the 1970's and this is a great "jump hour" watch of that era.
Here's another of the really excellent Buler range. As always, this has the nice jump-hour style action, and the brilliantly 70's "Buler" fonts on the face.
Well, here she is - the clear Buler jump hour watch that I spent half a year looking for. She's in great condition, despite being born in the early 70's.