The Regulator has been a classic of watchmaking since the dawn of time, and consists in indicating the time through two separate squares for hours and minutes respectively.
The name derives from the fact that they were often used by watchmakers or other professionals who needed to check the time, and therefore relied on particularly precise and accurate tools.
Bulova, always sensitive to the charm of Author's Watchmaking, created its own Regulator in 2006, starting its 131st year of its foundation, and did so with the 63F80 model, in a very limited and numbered series of only 399 pieces.
The movement is a Dubois-Depraz, used - as well as by Bulova - also by other houses, such as Hublot or Baume & Mercier. The base is an ETA 2892 / A2, reworked by the Friborg manufacture with the addition of the regulator module called DD 14070 Régulateur.
Each of the 399 Bulova 63F80 products has in fact obtained the COSC certification, highly coveted in the technical field.