The result is that many Regina watches have the name and town of a vendor on their face.
One watch has been traced to the Arcola Jewelry store in Arcola Saskatchewan.
The use of Regina watches for railroad time keeping is documented on other sites as well.
The limited edition Kisai Vortex Pocket Watch is a futuristic take on the traditional.
Featuring a spiralling touch screen time display, dual time, date and alarm, it brings a new dimension to the classic pocket watch.
Styled into a vibrant cyclone of rings, the time display may look complex to outsiders but is much like a regular clock and simple to read at a glance when you know how.
Watches manufactured prior to 1926 are difficult to date with certainty.
In general, for all time periods, it is important to understand that Bulova watches never provide an obvious date of manufacture anywhere on the watch.
Rather, the date must be "de-coded" using symbols, serial numbers, and two-character codes placed on various parts of the watch.
These codes and the manner in which they should be interpreted is the subject of this article.
Many observers of Bulova watches are confused by the sometimes seen patent dates stamped on the inside of some Bulova watch cases, and they misinterpret such dates as the time of manufacture.