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Pioneering, practical, precise

Hamilton uses a unique combination of Swiss precision and American spirit to create distinctive, versatile watches for aficionados and style conscious individuals alike. Hamilton has a long history and has achieved numerous milestones, all of which have contributed to making Hamilton the strong, internationally renowned watch brand it is today.

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Hamilton PSR: The Original Digital Wristwatch is Back

THE HAMILTON PSR REVIVES THE DESIGN OF THE VERY FIRST DIGITAL WATCH, A SPACE AGE CLASSIC THAT CHANGED THE WAY WE TELL TIME The original digital wrist ...

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Hamilton: An Essential Part of the Iconic Uniform

The Hamilton Ventura is the official watch of Men in Black™: International The Men in Black are back with a cool new look, a brand-new team and ...

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Spirit & History

The Hamilton History is a 120 years long and eventful travel from Lancaster in the US to Biel the world capital of watchmaking in Switzerland. Today highlights from Hamilton pioneering role in the worlds of aviation, cinema, electric and digital technology shape the collection. The Hamilton watches have unique shapes, personality and design combining the American spirit with Swiss technologies. Hamilton has been airborne since 1919. From timekeeping those pioneer pilots, to copiloting world aerobatic champions in gravity defiance, Hamilton is the trusted partner of those who share the belief that the sky is the only limit. The Khaki watches are the direct descendants of this eventful part of Hamilton history.

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Hamilton Pilot Watches

The Sky is the Limit Hamilton has been timing the skies since 1919, when the pioneering pilots of the era put their trust in the precision of its watches and navigation instruments. In addition to keeping the first American airmail service on track, Hamilton became the official watch of TWA, Eastern, United and Northwest in the 1930s. Adventure joined accuracy as these instruments demonstrated their unrivalled expertise ‘co-piloting’ expeditions with destinations as challenging as the North Pole, and partnering the first American coast to coast air services which took commercial flying into the modern age. This spirit certainly lives on. For example, Hamilton is official timekeeper of EAA AirVenture at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA, regarded as the world’s greatest aviation celebration, as well as a partner of Tannkosh in Tannheim, Germany, the biggest flying meeting in Europe.

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