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Hello fellow Accutron collectors. Below you will find an assortment of some of the best Accutron Spaceview and Accutron Astronaut watches available on the web. I'm damn proud of my repair and restoration capabilities, so I offer a one year warranty on all of my Accutrons, as if they were new. Of course you can find less expensive Accutron Spaceview and Accutron Astronaut watches on Ebay, and if you are lucky they might even work...for awhile. Factor in the cost of a complete restoration with the purchase price and the cost for replacement parts and you will likely end up paying more for your Accutron than one of the watches below will cost you, not to mention a lengthy (up to 6 months) turnaround time. There are only a couple of persons outside of myself with the ability to make an Accutron look as good as it did when it left the factory. Purchasing one of the watches below will get you one of the best available. Oftentimes you will also have one of the rarest since I tend to concentrate on restoration of some of the harder to find models in the very best of condition.


Very rare, bright white dial Accutron Astronaut with applied markers and Accutron leather band, $1195, #1032, SOLD
M0, The rarest pair. I was told by someone at Bulova who has been there for many years that these are as rare as the platinum Accutron. Other than these two, and they came from the biggest Accutron collector in the world, they are the only ones like them i have seen. One is pictured in the early Accutron pamphlet...see below. Both have an awful lot of gold. One is yellow. One is white. Both have their original crytals and solid gold original bracelets. I'll bet you've never seen another. They are not for the faint of heart because they belong in a collection that no others would have. For the buyer interested in having something not to be found elsewhere, now's your chance. Nearly one of a kind and they come as a pair, #1117, $9995
M3, 1963, Accutron Spaceview "B" with original coffin link bracelet. It even has the earliest applied logo buckle. It may as well be new after over 50 years because it is a stunner and one of the harder to find steel models out there...especially in a practically new condition, #1116, $1595, SOLD
M0, 1960, very first year and in an incredible solid 14k white gold case. Look at the truly does look new old stock with a factory-finish on the back and it's original, unreplaced crystal and hands. Look closely, these hands were only used on the center lug models like this one. So many others you'll see have the alpha hands, also used, but not as perfect as this one. It's a beauty, #1115, SOLD
Solid 14k Bezel Accutron Astronaut w/accutron leather band and fork buckle. There's a slight wear spot on the back seen in a photo, so I'm reducing the price by $200, but it's not bad at all for such a beautiful model, #1114, $1695
M7, 1967, unusual in that it is a squarish shape that someone must have preferred back in the day. It's condition is better than just about any you'll find and ready to wear by the Accutron enthusiast...$895, #1113, SOLD
M1, 1961, 14k solid gold Accutron Alpha Spaceview. It's beautiful and worthy of any accutron collection with a fantastic band, too. Fully serviced and timing great...$1895, #1112

N0, 1970, Steel Chapter Ring Spaceview. It's as sharp as they come and you can see that in the photos. Likely the single most collectible Accutron model because, comparatively speaking, it's affordable and highlights all that made the Accutron special. Included is a fantastic green Accutron strap and fork buckle for the discerning collector..$1195, #1111, SOLD

M7, 1967, Swiss Chapter Ring Spaceview in steel. A bit larger thant the American chapter ring and definitely better than most you'll ever see with a beautiful green croc strap adn fork buckle...$1295, #1110, SOLD
M3, 1963, gold filled and steel dotted crystal Accutron Spaceview. A very affordable model for your first of many Spaceviews and it looks incredible with an original black croc strap and fork buckle. Judge yourself with the photos...$895, #1109

M0, 1960, one of the rarest Accutrons you'll ever see...a solid white gold Spiral Lug Spaceview from the very earliest of production. It's movement doesn't even have a date stamp indicating it was manufactured before they came up with the idea to date stamp the movements, so right at the very begining. It's the most beautiful model, in my opinion, right next to the tv case model also from 1960. There is not a finer example than right here. Look, and i'd bet you won't even find another online, but if you do it won't be in this condition. Look closely, too, as it has one of the rarest leather bands you could ever find...PINSEAL..$2295, #1108

N1, 1971, gold filled and steel, an Accutron chapter ring spaceview in what has to be a 9.5 out of 10 condition. It's a beauty and ready for your wrist with its Accutron band and fork buckle...$1195, 1107

M1, 1961, 14k Accutron Spiral Lug Spaceview....probably the most ornate of the cases because of the lug design...beautiful, fully serviced, near impeccable and so much better than the rare one you might find elsewhere in terms of condition with an Accutron leather band and fork buckle. I liked the gold-tone movement inside of it when I acquired it so left it inside to give it an overall more golden appearance, but if you prefer i'd be glad to put a nickle-tone M1 movement inside fo the sake of originality...$1895, 1105
N0, 1970, Most all are round, but this on has a squarish-shape for the discerning collector looking for something just a bit different. Includes inner and outer Accutron boxes and original Bulova band...$895, 1104
M9, 1969, The year we landed on the moon. Gold-filled and steel, Accutron Spaceview. Look closely at the photos and I am sure you will agree, it would be impossible to find one better...a very affordable spaceview. Includes Accutron box and original Accutron bracelet also in fantastic condition...$895, 1103, SOLD
M6, 1966, gold-filled and steel, Accutron Spaceview. It's condition is an easy 9+ out of 10 and finding one in better shape would be impossible. Priced for a speedy sale, 1102...$895, SOLD
N5, 1975, steel Accutron Chapter Ring Spaceview. It's in incredible and fully serviced condition with an Accutron bracelet, too, 1101...$995, SOLD
M0, 1960, Solid 14k Accutron TV Case. Made only in 1960 so amongst the rarest of the Accutron models. Fully serviced and with an Accutron box for good measure along with the Accutron coin and a most unusual all black dial, 1100, $2195, SOLD

M6, 1966, Solid 14k Accutron Spaceview. Florentined bezel, the heaviest of the solid gold cases, so the most gold. Fully serviced with an Accutron box and coin, 1099, $1895

M3, 1963, Solid 14k Accutron Spaceview a rare solid 18k Bracelet in fantastic condition. You certainly will not see another of these most likely in your lifetime. I dare you to find another for sale anywhere. Fully serviced and priced for  speedy sale on consignment for a friend of mine...about $2k lower than i would normally sell it for, 1098, $3195, really reduced for the gentleman I'm selling it for for Christmas, $2500, SOLD
  M8, 1968, Accutron sharp as you'll ever see...check out the case. Freshly serviced with a beautiful applied marker "Constellation" dial and a black croc Accutron leather band with a fork buckle. Look around because you're not likely to see another like it. My first like it this year... And to think, someone was wearing this at the start of the Apollo 7 program...a tremendous association, 1097, $1695, SOLD
N0, 1970, absolutely of the larest of the 218 models...a DEEP SEA!!! Freshly serviced and impeccable, especially at this good price for a true collectible/wearable model with a beautiful mesh bracelet...1096, $995. 
M9, 1969, gold filled, Accutron 218 Spaceview. Outside of an 18k Spaceview, this model, although gold-filled, is likely the rarest of the spaceviews. Comparatively, few actual 218 spaceviews were made, so this is an incredible piece for any collection, fully serviced and timing wonderfully. Includes original bark-finish Accutron and fork buckle bracelet, too...1094, $1495.

M4, 1964, gold filled and steel, Accutron Spaceview. I put up a less expensive model occasionally, but only when they look this good. It's a beauty and very affordable if you've always wanted a serviced Spaceview you can enjoy wearing. C'mon, you've wanted one ever since you were a kid...1093, $895, SOLD

M1, 1961, solid white gold Accutron Center Lug w/tuning fork buckle. Florentined bezel, extremely sharp, with an alpha it's a perfect compliment to any Accutron collection. Original dial which is probably the best looking dial I've seen on a very early Accutron. Also included, inner box, 1092, $1895. 

  M2, 1962, True new old stock..........TIFFANY dial, Accutron white gold Center Lug w/accutron leather strap and fork buckle. I haven't had one of these in years and it's the best example of a Tiffany Accutron I have ever seen. Early, Tiffany, white gold, as good as it gets, 1091, $1995.
  RARE, NO DATE CODE, steel Asymmetric railroad 214. It's the only one like it I've seen. Made towards the end of Accutron production according to its movement code of N4, most likely they weren't being as careful in stamping as earlier in production and this one somehow got through without a case date code...rather like a coin mis-stamp, so a definite rarity/collectible because of this, #1090, $895, SOLD
  M3, 1963, Yes, a real '63, Yellow B. It's beautiful and one of the rarest models, primarily made only in 1963, worn the year Kennedy was asassinated when the cost of about 20 of these could have purchased a new car, only a few very light marks on the buckle. Otherwise, it's practically mint with a beautiful Accutron bracelet, #1089, $1595.

M5, 1965, steel Accutron chapter ring's case may as well be new, although the chapter ring does show some age. Fully serviced and timing great. Priced less than most of mine for a quick sell, #1087, $795., SOLD
I'll bet you've not seen 18k BLACK dial, Accutron Astronaut. Golden dials on this rare model is the norm, but in all the years I've worked with Accutrons I've not seen another with a black dial...and it's completely original. Made in 1963, the serial # is a bit rubbed off, but you can still see M3 when you look closely. 18k is soft and heavy, however this one, overall, looks incredible for its age and it's keeping excellent freshly serviced time. Getting an 18k Accutron Astronaut is exceeding difficult. Couple finding one in this condition and with a black dial and you've got the absolute best Accutron for any collection, #1085, $10995, reduced to $10495, SOLD

N5, 1975,  a rare 218 Anniversary. Sure, we all know of the 214 Anniversary made only in 1975 with an unmarked date code case back, but have you seen another anniversary that is a 218? They are out there, but not in this one's condtion. It's practially new and working great after a fresh service. Truly, it's an absolute collector's piece and one of the very best 218 models you'll ever see, #1083, $895.

M1, 1961,  18k Accutron to the platinum, this is the rarest Accutron out there and comes as a COMPLETE package, pamphlets, inner and outer boxes, original battery and coin. It sat for years in a safety deposit box of the biggest Accutron collector I know and is the oldest 18k Astro I've seen. I had thought it was only made in '65 to '66, but being marked M1 makes it decidly rarer. I suspect it was a test Accutron only to be produced a few years later. Just like my email tagline, the most expensive watch you'll ever own is the one you buy instead of the one you really want. Get your dream Accutron here first and don't worry about looking back. It's a beauty. Freshly serviced and unrestored...looking like a million bucks, #1082, $11995.
The rarest 218 I've seen. Tonneau-shaped, steel, black dial, none finer. In fact, it's new old stock. I was lucky to acquire this one from someone years ago and just got around to finishing it up. I had intended to leave it in my collection but once it was completed, I couldn't resist putting it up for sale and showing it off. New old stock Bulova's the only one like it I have ever seen, although I did see a photo of it somewhere online. You won't find another for sale. It's impreccable and still has its new old stock sticker on the back...#1074, $1495

N2, 1972, Steel, Accutron 218 Deep Sea. Fully restored. You can find one one Ebay for less, but in this condition we're talking $400. And you will need to get it serviced for at a minimum of $260, and it won't even be restored to look like a near mint model unless you put in another $100. This one is ready now and it looks like a champ. See the's beautiful...#1072, $895

N0, 1970 Accutron Cushion Spaceview. Very contemporary yet vintage. One of the coolest steel Spaceviews made and larger than the usual round varieties with its original Accutron bracelet. Freshly serviced and looking great...#1068, $1295, SOLD
N7, 1977, the very  last year of Accutron production. It looks as nice as it did back in the day when it was likely purchased over the counter at Disney. Keeping great time, now's your chance to get your wife hooked on Accutrons like extremely collectiblle Mickey Mouse Accutron #1064, $895
M5, 1965, solid 14k ring and stel Accutron Spaceview with its original 2-tone Accutron bracelet. Fully restored and looking/operating spectacularly. Very small, but there are a couple of small dents in a couple of the gold caps on the braclet on the underside but they don't affect the look at all. #1063, $1195
N0, 1970, Fully restored and serviced, a beautiful black dial 218 in steel. A very affordable model in impeccable condition, #1061, $495, SOLD
Swiss Accutron Spaceview "T" with its original, beautiful Accutron bracelet. Larger than most all spaceviews and in a contemporary steel case. It's the most collected Spaceview in steel next to the anniversary because of its added contemporary size. Fully restored and timing well after a fresh service. Hard to find one better. As nice as the other model like it I also have listed, #1060, $1395, SOLD

M6, 1966, solid 14k Accutron Spaceview. It's the heaviest of the 14k models and is in beautiful condition. Crystal and hands replaced to make it its best with an Accutron leather strap and tuning fork buckle, #1059, $1795, SOLD

M9, 1969, cushion Accutron Spaceview "T" with its original, beautiful Accutron bracelet. This is the gem for Accutron collectors looking for the most contemporary, by today's larger standards, of the vintage models, #1058, $1395, SOLD
VERY RARE, solid 18k Accutron Astronaut with a full length Champion 18k Bullet Band. It's very heavy and truly the most difficult Accutron to find or obtain. It sold for $1000 when it was new, to match the cost of a Rolex 18k President in that time. Such a Rolex today costs in excess of $30,000, but you can get a much rarer model here unlike those you'll see in an office on guys with expensive suits, for 1/3rd of that price with a story like none other to tell. It's beautiful, freshly serviced, and near impeccable, #1057, $9995

1969, M9, 14k Accutron 2182, day/date, impeccable condition and timing wonderfully. You will not find one like this in better condition with a beautiful Accutron strap, too. Someone was wearing this beauty the year we landed on the moon!!!, $995, #1056

1973, N3, Accutron Accquartz...absolutely new old stock and keeping excellent time. It's near impossible to find a true new old stock piece, so this one is worthy of any collection, $895, #1040

  Rare Accutron tuning fork counter display, $595, #1041
  Accutron clock in incredible serviced condition, $795, #1042
  EXTREMELY RARE, Accutron jewelers display, approximately 8" diameter, shaped like an alpha and only made in '61 for jewlers willing to spend a bit on a beautiful display. I've never seen its like and I've seen everything Accutron related. Only a true collector would appreciate this piece as much as myself. I picked it up from a lifelong Accutron collector who has had it stored away for 50 years . It lights and then flashes ever few seconds. When it flashes, the dial changes from a dialed Alpha into a Spaceview Alpha. $2495, #1043....display movie
  Accutron Christmas watch display. I've not seen one of these before either, so it's rare, to say the least...for a true Accutron collector. There are 4 in the group...see last photo, $495, #1044
  Accutron watch displays, $100, #1045
  4-Accutron watch display. I've seen some displays but none quite like this one, $395, #1046
  6-Accutron watch display, another rarity, $495, #1047
  16-Accutron watch display. A big collector would love this rare piece for all of his Accutrons. Also incuded is the tuning fork and metal display. Put an Accutron inside of it, too...rarely seen, $795, #1048
  Wood Accutron display and very early tuning fork display to contain an Accutron, $595, #1049
  Accutron tuning fork display, very rare, $395, #1050
  Accutron "rope" spaceview clock, in incredible serviced condition, $995, #1051
  Accutron standing spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $995, #1052
  Accutron mini spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $795, #1053, SOLD
  Accutron mini pedestal spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $895, #1054
  Accutron spaceview clock in incredible serviced condition, $895, #1055
M0, 1960, 14k Accutron Alpha, from the first two months of production and decidely hard to find. I put a gold-colored movement in this one to emphasize the overall "goldness" of the piece and it is stunning. Courior launched the first repeater satelite into orbit in October 1960, and I'll bet it had an Accutron on it!...$1995, #1001, SOLD

M9, 1969, Accutron Mark II Astronaut. Beautiful black California-like dial, freshly serviced...the astro Neil Armstrong wished he had received instead of his Astro A"...$995, #1003, reduced $895, SOLD
M6, 1966, Accutron, gold-filled and steel 214 in impeccable condition. Not a spaceview, but amongst the best otherwise and very affordable. Also with an early ad bracelet in fantastic condition. $795, #1006
14k Yellow Gold, Accutron Center Lug w/Acctron band and fork bucke...florentined bezel, too, so uncommon, fully restored, $1795, #1010
N2, 1972, gold filled Accutron 218...fully restored and timing great after service. Also with a beautiful Accutron strap and logo applique. The 2nd I'm selling for a friend who wanted me to sell it for less than I would normally ask, $395. Buy one on ebay and you'll need to have it serviced, but this one is ready to wear now!!!, #1013, SOLD
M8, 1968 Gold Filled and Steel, Accutron Spaceview case, fully restored and ready for a movement, $250, #1016

N6, 1976 Steel Accutron Spaceview case, like new and ready for a movement to save you dollars by adding movement, $250, #1017

14k Accutron 218 with Accutron leather band, and coveted 100 buckle, $895, #1019

Rare Accutron 218 Spaceview with Accutron leather band, $1095, #1021

Accutron Astronaut with rare silver dial and applied markers and Accutron bracelet, $1195, #1024
14k white gold Accutron Center Lug with Accutron shark leather band and diamond dial, $1895, #1025

Black dial Accutron 214 with Accutron braclet, slight wear on bracelet but overall in great shape $895, #1026

Gold filled Accutron 214 with diamond dial, $895, #1027

Steel Accutron 218, rectangular, I' have an Accutron leather band with a fork buckle to be added, $695, #1028

Accutron Spaceview "T" with Accutron bracelet, $1095, #1031, SOLD
14k Accutron Spaceview Asymmetric, Accutron leather band, heaviest 14k Spaceview case, $1795, #1033, SOLD

Extremely rare, before the spaceview and what made Bulova decide to make the Spaceview when customers saw this very early display, $4995, reduced $3995, #1034

Mini Accutron Spaceview clock, box, hang tag, very hard to find, $1195, #1035

New Old Stock, steel Accutron 218, still has protection film on back, $895, #1036

Likely prototype mini clock, approximately 2" tall, without the usual setting mech for a 214 as it has to be opened to set the time. It's the only one like it I've ever seen and it has been sitting in a safely deposit box for years from a huge Accutron collector, $4995, reduced $3995, #1037

Beautiful, 14k Accutron Spaceview Alpha with Accutron leather band, $1895, #1038

$25000, reduced $'s an interesting note, a 6 inch cube of platinum weighs 139lbs.
First one I've ever seen. Sure, we've heard about it but no one has ever actually held one that I've known. Have you seen another? An early newspaper article published in the Long Island Newsday in March of 1961 mentioned a $2500 platinum Accutron. I'm betting there were fewer than a dozen produced and likely only the biggest wigs of the time received one. This one's serial # is B55958 and it was manufactured in February of 1961...a month before the article was published. Can you imagine someone paying $2500 for a watch in 1961? Was there a more expensive watch from any other company at that time? First one I've ever seen. Sure, we've heard about it but no one has ever actually held one that I've known. I have it on the best of authority that only a handful were produced and only in 1961. This one is from February of 1961. I was informed, too, that it was intended for Christmas sales. And it's HEAVY!!!

On most Accutrons, Iíll restore their casebacks but remembered when it arrived here originally several years ago that the gentleman who had originally purchased it from me had asked me not to restore it and wanted it to be completely original, which it still is. It does come with that ultra-wanted all wooden Accutron box, too, and its outer boxÖalso a coin and an early Accutron pamphlet. The box was actually suggested when it was new to g3 uw3e as a cigarette box. I had a Bulova photo of that but canít seem to find it. There appears to be a very faint leftover inscription on the back. I tried to catch the light just right in order to see it as itís hard to see. It seems to read A.R.ABCEDB. I havenít a clue what that means but some Googling to find that out might help. Likely, it represents someone of importance based on the then cost of this beauty.

Here's some info I found fascinating:, #1039

Crystal: 29.4mm
Model 2703-P
Buckle marked: irid plat, Z & F
Back of dial marked: 05-5, TRI
Case width: 32.73mm
Bracelet: integrated, heavy decorated mesh
Case back: marked at top, Plat-Irid
Inside case back has a letter "P" stamped. Printed in black ink, "945"
Crown is non-snap back
Battery hatch has spring with raised, circular center...not the earlier 3-prong
Dial: gloss black with what appears to be platinum hour markers
Total weight with dial, hands, movement, and crystal (no battery): 4.25 ounces
Total weight without dial, hands, movement, crystal, battery: 3.8 ounces


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Accutron RePaIR 214 & 218
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Accutron Service &
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Hi, I'm Bob!

Accutron Repair - Accutron Museum - Others for Sale
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Military Watches for Sale from a fellow watch-collector, P.O. Box 204, Normal, IL 61761