Description: Silver-tone stainless steel case with a brown leather strap. Fixed silver-tone stainless steel bezel. Silver dial with silver-tone hands. Minute markers around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. Two sub-dials displaying: small hour and small second. Hamilton Calibre H-12 Automatic movement, based upon ETA 2825-2, containing 25 Jewels, bitting at 28800 vph, and has a power reserve of approximately 42 hours. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw down crown. Skeleton case back. Round case shape, case size: 42 mm, case thickness: 15 mm. Band width: 22 mm, band length: 7 inches. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 50 meters / 165 feet. Functions: hour, minute, second. Jazzmaster Series.Hamilton Jazzmaster Regulator Automatic Men's Watch H42615553
Condition: Unworn in mint condition with no signs of wear.
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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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