I purchased this watch about 6 months ago. With the large, "dual date" window and chronograph subdials, it takes many design cues from a much more expensive watch, the A. Lange Sohn Datograph, and that's what initially drew my eye. With that said, I like this watch because it looks great, it's classy, but it's also versatile. I've worn this watch with a tuxedo, and I've also worn it with jeans and a t-shirt. In my opinion, the watch looks nicer in person than in the stock Bulova photos, and I like that it utlilizes a deployant clasp on the strap - this extends the life of the strap on top of looking classy.
If I had a complaint about this watch, it would be the mineral glass crystal, rather than sapphire. I know that sapphire is more expensive, but it's also much more scratch resistant, and for this watch it would be worth it
I'm a watch guy - I have about 7 watches that I rotate through based on my mood and what I'm wearing, but I find myself reaching for this one a lot, and it gets regular wrist time
Something else worthy of noting is the green on the face of the watch. It's subtle - in some light the watch almost looks black with just a hint of green, but with other light, particularly sunlight, the green really pops, and in a good way - like I said, this watch looks better in person than in the Bulova stock photos. Take a chance on this one - you won't regret it.