A finely crafted contemporary interpretation of the marine chronometers produced by Hamilton in the 1940s, this precision timekeeper doubles as a wristwatch and table-clock. The transition between the two forms is simple and smart, underlining its essential modernity. Each of the 1,892 numbered pieces, referring to the company’s foundation year, comes in its own Pará rubber tree wooden box, reminiscent of its wartime ‘ancestors’.
A Swiss-made, hand-winding mechanical movement powers the watch, with the signature of fine watchmaking evident in its exclusive decoration and unique engraving to honor the brand’s milestone anniversary. Perfectly in tune with the rhythm of the hours and minutes, a separate dial positioned at 6 o’clock diligently tracks the passage of the seconds. Durability has the final word with water resistance up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 meters).
Number of pieces: 1892
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