Meet New Hamilton Pulsomatic Watch

Oct 28, 2010
This year, Hamilton celebrates the 40th anniversary of its first ever LED digital watch, the first one in the world. At that time, the Hamilton creation caused a real revolution in the watchmaking industry.

Now, the brand is pleased to present its new Hamilton Pulsomatic watch that represents a digital timekeeper equipped with an automatic movement, a perfect reflection of Swiss craftsmanship.

The initial Pulsar watch got its name after the astronomical bodies emitting exact radio pulses. The new Pulsomatic watch looks much the same as the futuristically designed original, although it features an LCD display instead of the LED display.

The most special thing about the timepiece is that it is animated by an innovative Swiss automatic movement - the H1970. When it is fully charged, the Pulsomatic provides a 120-day power reserve.

The case of the Hamilton watch (49 mm x 39 mm) is sculptured from stainless steel. The black PVD version is also available. The back side of the Pulsomatic watch holds a nice surprise you can drop a glance at the unique movement via a sapphire crystal. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.

The new Hamilton Pulsomatic watch is secured to the wrist on a rubber strap or a steel bracelet. The timepieces are expected to be available at the price of 1545 US dollars. The watch will be available starting with November.

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