Hamilton Conservation Auto Chronograph Watch - Vintage Look

Jun 30, 2011
The horological world gladly welcomes the new Conservation Auto Chronograph watch. It is a result of fruitful collaboration between the house of Hamilton and the environmental nonprofit organization - Conservation International.

The new Hamilton watch is offered in a 42mm stainless steel case. Vintage looking and round in shape, it is equipped with a special antimagnetic cage, which ensures the movement’s resistance against magnetic fields. At 3 o’clock the case reveals an onion-shaped winding crown, joined by two chronograph pushers.

The model carries a knurled bezel, produced from the same material. The top of the case is armed with a sapphire crystal. Its bottom is solid. The case handles up the depth of up to 100 meters.

The new Hamilton Conservation Auto Chronograph watch comes equipped with a beige dial. It is completed with luminous hour-markers and hands. The display ensures central hours and minutes. The small seconds are shown in a counter at 9 o’clock.

The chronograph functions are presented through a 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock and a chronograph central hand. The date indication appears in the aperture at 6 o’clock.

Driving the functions is a Swiss made automatic ETA Caliber H31 movement, based on ETA Valjoux 7753. It supplies a 60-hour power reserve.

The new Hamilton watch is accompanied by a brown natural leather strap with rivets and contrast beige stitching.

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