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Hamilton Men's H32585531 Jazzmaster Traveler Black GMT Dial Watch

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Watch Information
Brand Name Hamilton
Model number H32585531
Part Number H32585531
Case Diameter 42 millimetres
Case Thickness 11 millimetres
Band Material Grey
Band Width 22 millimetres
Weight 86 Grams
Movement Automatic
Warranty Type Seller

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Although Hamilton watches are now entirely Swiss made, Hamilton's origins are deeply American. Today, Hamilton watches combine the unmatched quality of Swiss watchmaking with classic American designs. Specifications : Polished and Brushed Stainless Steel case Precise Automatic Self-Winding Swiss Movement Scratch resistant sapphire crystal Water resistant Two years limited manufacturer warranty Come with the original Hamilton box

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Surpassed my high expectations. Great Purchase. 6 Jan. 2011
By LisaN - Published on
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I researched Hamilton and its entire line of watches extensively. I knew that this was the brand I was going to purchase, but was indecisive because all their lines are fantastic. Since this was to be a Christmas gift, I truly wanted this piece to get a positive response on Christmas morning. It did the job. The watch itself is exquisite. Such a classic design, well-crafted, and sturdy. This watch will be in our family for ages and I look forward to adding many more to my husband's collection. You will not be disappointed with this watch.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Four-to-Five Stars 11 Sept. 2013
By Clan Gardner - Published on
First of all, my general point of view: I think it's a great watch: I'm very happy with it, and will enjoy it for years to come! I would click "Buy" again in a NY-minute. So that's the headline.

Still, I'm a critical buyer, so a few thoughts. I struggled between 4 & 5. The argument for 5 is that I'm very happy with it. The argument for 4 is that the watch itself could be somewhat improved. I wish I were one of the designers or engineers who could make a few positive tweaks. What would I do? Distinguish the minute and hour hands more definitively. Change the color (from shiny chrome) of the hands, so they are more visible. Make the 2nd GMT time zone hand a different color from the other 2 hands. Put a glare-free finish on the crystal. That's it. So, honestly, if possible, I would give a 4+. Not quite a 5, but almost. Still... I don't want to diss it with a "4" because it's too sweet for that.

I researched this watch online extensively prior to purchase, so had a good idea of what I was getting. However, reality is a bit different than images and descriptions. (I did see it quickly in a shop in Telluride, which helped convince me to buy). The main negatives are that the crystal is so shiny that the glare impedes effective reading of the time from some angles. The PLUS side is that it looks shiny and classy. But I do have to turn it a bit to read it. Similarly, the chrome silver hands are shiny--and the hour and minute hands are not that different in size. So, when you throw in the GMT hand, it can take more than a quick glance to accurately read the time. The plus, I suppose, is that you get to spend more time gazing at the very pleasant design of the watch. And it is nice.

Bottom-line: It is not a quick read for the time or date (like the more traditional Hamilton Khaki military-style watch which I happily own); but it is such a pleasant overall design that that "negative" is acceptable. It looks classy, cool, solid, handsome, traditional--but also modern.

Likes? I like the watch in general, however, the main reason for buying it was to have a nice, quality mechanical watch with a secondary time zone. (Yes, my Timex digital does that, but I wanted something better than that!). So, in respect to the dual time-zone function, I really like the ring of 24-hour markings for the secondary GMT hand. I travel internationally a lot, so that is clear and cool. I was considering buying a Tissot with a second time zone--like the watch a lot, but reading the 2nd time zone is complicated, because it is mostly ticks, versus actual numbers. So you have to look at it too darned long (while jet-lagged) to figure out exactly what hour it is. With the Hamilton, you see the direct numerical hour of the second time zone and can reckon the time immediately.

Final conclusion: Very happy with it. Yes, if I could make a few perfectionistic changes I would. But, I really like the watch and will enjoy wearing it for many years to come. I would buy it again, period.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Perfect 11 Jun. 2011
By majenkins8 - Published on
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This watch looks better in person and the pictures look pretty dang good. I was hesitant at first because of the brown band but upon arrival I realized the brown was so dark and rich that it looks black in most light. The GMT function is great although I haven't used it in another time zone. It's very easy to set and so far it keeps perfect time. It's a large face but not too large. I have a very skinny wrist and it's not too big for me. I was worried about that too. I have a 2004 Linwood Viewmatic that I love as well. This one is much larger than that, much nicer too. I bought this watch for myself to celebrate my 40th birthday and I'm completely satified with my purchase.
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