Summary: I received this watch as a gift after a friend saw it sitting in my "Saved for later" for the past few months. I agree with other reviews in that the picture really doesn't do it justice. Instead of a flat brown color on the face, it is actually a intricately spiraled with a bit of shine to it. The case is also a little 'rosier' and shinier than how it looks in the picture. The band is very comfortable and easily adjustable without the need for any tools.
Summary: Without the technical knowledge of a Watchmaker nor the emotional makeup of a Watch Collector, I have been extremely pleased with the brand, funtion, and pleasant features of the Bulova Precisionist watch collection. I was simply looking for a Time Piece without much thought given to the esthetic benefits of a finely made wrist watch. I decided I would finally buy a watch that was reliable, above the value of the over the counter 25 dollar brand.
Summary: I found this watch in a car magazine, they described it as the most precise quartz watch available on the market, and being a watch enthusiast I had to have it. I looked around at the whole collection and got hooked by the looks of the "pink gold" and the brown leather. Also about the mechanism that beats 16 times per second. Once you get it in your hands and you see the seconds hand moving in a constant movement you will just love it.
Summary: This watch could fairly be called the "grandson" of the lovely Bulova Accutrons of the 1960s with their famous sweep second hands. While I think I read the Precisionist beats at 16 beats per second (next fastest I have are Longines and Zeniths at 10 beats per second), to the naked eye, the watch sweep hand moves absolutely smoothly, no ticking, hacking, pulses, etc.
Summary: My husband picked out this watch on line as the one he wanted for Christmas. I was not real pleased when I first saw it. But it looks very nice on his wrist. Not sure why the change, but I am very pleased now and he loves it. It doesn't say it is rose gold, but it is.