Thanks, Skypilot but I don't think I deserve that much credit. Now, if Sam2 went there and and gave them a few pointers, they would be educated! I do appreciate what they are trying to do and it seems more possible with older Bulova mechanical watches, then with Accutrons. Right now they are involved in a serious discussion on how to identify Acuutrons. Sometimes the same criteria as applied to older mechanical watches works with Accutrons, sometimes it doesn't. I'm glad we don't get as particular here!I look around over there once in a while and even post a comment on occasion but they aren't nearly as Accutron oriented there as we are here. It appears to me that most of what they know about Accutrons has been taught by you.
Probably. I'm not well versed with that site. They have had a number of Accutrons come up lately.Oliver,
Mybulova is a great site and it has information not found elsewhere but I still haven't found a way to use the search engine for Accutron watches. Do I need to register?
:thumbup:I go there once in a while and have even commented there but I can't say that I really understand the site very well. It appears to me that they have a "panel" that tried to categorize Bulovas watches or possibly build a data base but they don't have a clue how to deal with Accutrons since so many of them don't have model names so they just call them all "unknown." Some of the panel member know absolutely nothing about Accutrons but that doesn't prevent them from commenting.
I'm going to stick with the learned people here in my search for knowledge.