Democratized Travel: Bulova Releases the Classic Wilton GMT

This year has been a good one for GMT watches so far, with a plethora of debutantes offering the indication of a second or third time zone. We have seen highly complicated GMT premieres, such as the Parmigiani Tonda PF GMT Rattrapante, sporty executions such as the Tudor Black Bay GMT, and also attractively priced newcomers such as the Seiko 5 Sports GMT. This summer, Bulova drops its own timepiece belonging to this lattermost category of affordability via the Classic Wilton GMT.

As its name suggests, the Classic Wilton GMT is elegantly styled in a classic manner, with a travel complication being held at its center. The launch includes navy-blue or silver-tone dial options, with the design featuring Roman numerals and a 3 o’clock date window, as well as a tiny world map depicted across the display. The second time zone, which includes day and night hours, is indicated on the flange via a red-tipped central hand.

At the heart of the 43mm watch is the self-winding caliber Miyota 9075, which is accurate to -10 seconds to +30 seconds a day, and offers a 42-hour power reserve. 

Pricing for the Bulova Classic Wilton GMT begins at $875. 

To learn more, visit Bulova, here.

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  1. Gerry Dimatos

    What is the point of a GMT function when a this watch can be out by 40s per DAY ?
    The accuracy is loose and would have been better served by a Quartz movement in my opinion. Cheap automatics should not exist at this price point as they are just not up to the job…

  2. phoulis efthyvoulou

    “Democratized ” Travel? what happens if you are sanctioned by America ?

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