Founded in 1875, the Bulova Corporation is headquartered in New York and is part of the American owned and operated Loews Corporation. In 1911, Bulova began manufacturing boudoir and desk clocks, along with fine pocket watches. Bulova conducted the watch industry's first million-dollar advertising campaign, all of this took place during the decades when World War 1 and the Great Depression occurred.
Throughout the years, Bulova's clocks have been used by many important people, such as NASA and Air Force One. Bulova has also served as America's official watch to the U.S. Olympic Team.
Bulova timepieces use only the finest materials, precision craftmanship and state-of-the-art technology for enduring quality and performance. Each clock features a one year warranty, state-of-the-art precision movement, and attention to design and engineering details.
Year after year, having satisfied customers for over a century, Bulova continues its tradition of growth and innovation. Today, Bulova remains a totally U.S.-owned company, enjoying the financial resources and management support of Loews Corporation. As a result, Bulova now offers the widest range of styles in its long history. With over a century of technological leadership and service, Bulova is among America's most recognized names.