Hamilton watches are directly linked to the heritage of America. Devoted to timekeeping accuracy, the Hamilton watch became known as the "watch of railroad accuracy" in 1890. Hamilton was also closely associated with the military and commercial aviation. Today, the styling innovation of the Hamilton watch has made it a fashion timepiece. Stainless steel case, Sapphire crystal screw-in caseback, Silver guilloche center dial, Luminous hands, Arabic numerals and indices, Sweep seconds hand, Date at the 3 o'clock, Brown leather with white stitching strap, Pin buckle, Sapphire crystal, Push/pull crown, Swiss automatic movement, ETA caliber 2895, Power reserve of 42 hours, Water resistance to 5 ATM/50 meters/165 feet.
Stainless steel round case
Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M)