The only thing that matters is how it looks and feels on YOUR wrist...
Although I admire your attempt to make some evaluation by the input of others.
I have a small wrist and I'm afraid none of the new Bulova offerings are suitable.
I agree with several of the comments. Only you know what 'acceptable' is when wearing a watch (Size/weight, comfort). So the best advice would be try one on first. Many of these new Bulovas run large as that's the thing today so its best to try one on if your unsure.
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