Hamilton's Genuine Breakthrough - ODC X-02 Quartz

Jul 14, 2009
The Hamilton Labs latest product, the ODC X-02 Quartz watch, represents a genuine breakthrough in the field of timepiece design.

This watch, distinguished by a futuristic shaped case, modeled on the aircraft wings cross-section, offers its wearer a unique opportunity to find himself in three places at once: each of the three separate, oblong dials displays the time in a different location.

With the design encouraged by the timekeeping companion, Hamilton initially created for Stanley Kubricks 1966 movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey, the ODC X-02 Quartz will definitely make its appearance in Hollywood movies.

Three independent times are set by means of a valve-like pusher located at the top of each dial.

When admired from the side, they look like petite telescopes with easy-to-grip tips.

Each of the three sections reveals the analog time in close vicinity to the pusher. Thus, the owner of the timepiece
gets an impression that the time display is rising to the surface of the dial window.

Each window available is covered by its own curved sapphire crystal, which encloses the separate dials top and side to ensure stand-alone timekeeping in the selected zone.

The Hamilton ODC X-02 Quartz watch is presented in two versions: the first, demonstrating a plain titanium case and the second one, featuring black PVD treatment. The gentle curves of the framework, supporting the crystals, add a contrasting touch to the case, angular in its outline.

The black dial backgrounds are complemented by a matching smooth black rubber strap, fitted with a metal buckle.

This exclusive watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, will be available in a limited series of just 1.000 items.

Hamilton was created in 1892 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. Hamilton watches present a perfect combination of the American spirit and the unparalleled exactitude the newest Swiss movements and technologies are distinguished by. Hamilton has built a strong reputation in Hollywood, with its creations appearing in more than 350 movies.

Hamilton is honored to be a member of the Swatch group, the largest timekeeping companion manufacturer and distributor in the world, which owns 160 production sites in Switzerland.

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posted by: replica watches / Aug 12, 2009 09:34 AM
Thats interesting, I have a watch and only when I wear it, it starts to work, but i have

to wind it first and if i keep it on for a week or what ever amout of time, it still working.

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