The large, 43 mm diameter stainless steel case of the Bulova Wilton 96C147 men's automatic watch, together with the wide stainless steel bracelet, encompasses a dial that appears to be somewhat confusing, but after a short time orientation is no longer a problem. The power reserve display at the top, the 24-hour display at the bottom, the day of the week on the left and the triple window for the date of yesterday, today and tomorrow on the right. All nicely framed by Roman hour numerals. The engraving work on the dial creates an image of undulating movement, somewhat reminiscent of a radar or ultrasonic monitor. Beneath the sight glass of the Bulova Wilton's screw-down caseback, a massive-looking oscillating weight is revealed, literally keeping everything in motion. With the Bulova Wilton 96C147 men's automatic watch, the watch manufacturer from the USA once again proves its special class. Not only by the four additional complications, but rather by giving the Bulova Wilton a certain magic.