Description: A true musical maestro understands the importance and the value of immaculate timing. The Jazzmaster Maestro Small Second plays the role of conductor, signaling every second separately on its Small Second display at six o'clock. Watch Reference : H42515135, Caliber: ETA 2895-2, Case size : 40mm, Black Dial, Stainless steel case, Sapphire Crystal, Lug width : 20mm, Power reserve : 50-hour power reserve, Water Resistance : 5 bar (50m)/73 psi (164ft) Anti Reflection : Open Case Back, Stainless steel buckle with folding clasp. The jazzmaster maestro small second auto men's watch from Hamilton is an instrument of pure elegance with finely marked digits and tapered hands reminiscent of a conductor's baton in action. The black dial features a small seconds subdial at 6 o'clock set in a 40mm stainless steel case. The automatic movement is protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. A handsome stainless steel bracelet secures the men's watch, which is water-resistant to 50 meters. Automatic | 40mm | H42515135
Condition: New with original box and papers.
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Story: Hamilton first made its name during the early days of the American railroads. As the country built its crucial infrastructure, Hamilton began supplying accurate watches that were credited with helping to prevent and reduce accidents by synchronizing timing on the rails. Innovation has been one of the biggest keys to Hamilton’s success with major developments appearing in the mid 20th century that changed the world of watchmaking forever. In 1957, the Ventura became the world’s first electrical watch powered by a battery and Pulsar, the world’s first LED digital watch, followed in 1970. Since 2011, Hamilton has produced together with ETA its own movements, that allow for extended power reserves of up to 80 hours to be incorporated into certain calibers. For almost 90 years, Hamilton has been known as the Movie Brand, owing to our close association with Hollywood. Since 1974, Hamilton has been a part of the Swatch Group and, in 2003, we moved our HQ and production to the center of watchmaking country in Biel, Switzerland. Hamilton watches now have the prestigious Swiss made label, but Hamilton is still American at heart, just as it was when it was first established in Pennsylvania in 1892.
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