by Leo Jakobson | April 20, 2016
Bulova surprised the watch world last week, unveiling the world's first watch with a curved chronograph movement, The Bulova CURV, at the biggest watch show of the year, Baselworld 2016.

It's worth noting that the CURV is not just a curved case. The entire movement curls around the wrist, creating a super-slim slim, simple and beautiful design that fits easily under even tight shirt cuffs.  

The high-performance quartz movement has a 262kHz vibrational frequency, the same as its Precisionist movement, which is accurate to seconds per year. 

"Bulova understands that staying in the game means staying ahead of the curve with an innovative mindset," says Jeffrey Cohen, the company's president. "Bulova CURV reimagines what a watch should be. It is the perfect synthesis of avant-garde thinking, expert craftsmanship and superior quality -- the hallmarks of Bulova's creativity."

The CURV collection currently has 12 dress and sports styles, including features such as stainless steel and titanium cases, see-through dials and clear exhibition backs. For more information and pricing, contact Bulova Corporate Sales