Someone is offering to trade in a watch for my computer? But what if its a fake?
I put my laptop up for sale on the internet for $120 and someone responded by saying they would trade in a Bulova 96g10 watch for it. But how do I know if its fake or not? Should I not accept this as a trade? I’m not planning on wearing the watch just reselling it so that I can get the money.
Ask them for the serial number and close up photos – take it to a reputable Bulova dealer and see if they can verify it.
Which is better citizen or bulova?
I’m planning on buying a watch, but I don’t know which one to pick, the citizen watch is an eco-drive and bulova has a MOP dial, thanks!
Depends on the style and which you prefer. They are both good watches. Eco-drives are really cool. Bulova watches only come with a 1 year warranty, however the warranty is “buckle to buckle” (covers band, etc). Citizen watches carry a 5 year warranty on the movement only.
Personally, I prefer Citizen.
May I please get help with some probability involving 1953 BULOVA?
My 1953 BULOVA (wrist watch) was last wound probably two weeks ago. Today I picked it back up and beleive it or not at 8:41am there was no need to set the time on my watch. whats the probablity of that happening. by that I mean with 1-12hours to guess from.
Convert 12 hours to minutes …
12 hours x 60 = 720 minutes
Now assuming am and pm do not matter, then the probability is simply …
1 / 720 = 0.00139
If you require a match to am/pm, then there are 24 hours or 60×24 = 1440 minutes and the answer would be …
1 / 1440 = 0.000694
hope that helps
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