Posted by: acejewelers | February 16, 2012

PRE-BASEL 2012: HAMILTON Khaki Navy Pioneer Limited Edition

As the brand embarks on its 120th year, hamilton revives its naval past with the khaki navy pioneer. A contemporary interpretation of the brand’s 1940s marine chronometers, this model transforms from wristwatch to table clock at will. each of the 1,892 pieces in the limited series – in reference to the year hamilton was established – comes in a heavy wood presentation box. the case, which houses a hand-wound Swiss mechanical movement, is inscribed with a unique engraving to commemorate this 120th year. Blued hands, the silvered dial with velvet highlights, and a top-stitched brown leather strap accentuate the watch’s sophisticated allure. An anniversary reissue that blends past and present in a stylish and versatile creation, whether on the wrist or inside its unique presentation box.

MOVEMENT: hand-wound, 6498 calibre.
FUNCTIONS: hours, minutes and seconds.
CASE: Stainless steel, 46.5 mm. Anti-reflective sapphire crystal. water-resistant to 100m / 10 ATM / 10 bar.
DIAL: Silvered with velvet finish. Blued hands. Seconds counter at 6 o’clock.
STRAP: Top-stitched brown leather with buckle

HAMILTON Khaki Navy Pioneer Limited Edition

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Responses

  1. What a unique watch and a cool box that it comes in. The beautiful silver additions makes it stand out. This is a great color of wood and easy to open and view. I like the idea of a watch on your desk.

  2. This is a remarkable edition for old fashioned watch lovers and collectors.
    This watch offers to the owner the option to have a small marine chronometer in your desk!


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