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Hamilton Khaki Pilot Mens Watch H64715535 Hamilton


Price: £478.00
Only 1 left in stock.
  • Fixed Bezel
  • Screw-Down Crown
  • Stainless Steel Case Back
  • Luminous Hands and Markers
  • Buckle Clasp
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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name Hamilton
Model number H64715535
Part Number H64715535
Model Year 2013
Clasp Type 2836-2
Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Diameter 46 millimetres
Case Thickness 11 millimetres
Band Material Leather
Band Width 22 millimetres
Dial Colour black
Warranty Type Manufacturer and Seller combination

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Product Description

Hamilton watches mainly have a simple, military inspired design about them and can be had in both quartz and mechanical (both manual wind and automatic) movements. Elegant and classy in every respect, this series of Hamilton watches is an excellent timepiece for all occasions.

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Gorgeous stylized pilot watch, love it! 23 May 2011
By R. Ho - Published on Amazon.com
Saw this watch in the display case and thought it was ok.. was going to pass it up until a friend convinced me to try it on. Still looked kinda blah. Saw that there was a clear protective film on the crystal, which I asked to be removed.. and wow, I'm glad i did. Jaws were hitting the floor.

It's been about a month now and I'm still in the honeymoon phase. Let's get to it:

Pros:
-Large, raised, steel minute indicators. As a grown man I should be able to tell what each hands read without needing any sort of markers at all.. But somehow having the minutes marked out makes it that much faster to tell time to the minute a bit quicker. The material used looks like brushed steel, which is central to the design of this particular watch; I was absolutely dazzled by the light coming off those digits.
-Clever skeletonizing of the hands. Tip of the hour hand allows for the hours to be read along the printed inner dial (and also the date when at 3o'clock). Minute hand skeletonization allows visibility of the day-of-week when over the 3o'clock, and also allows view of the lume of the hour hand when they overlap (see uploaded pics). Very, very neat.
-Cute little arrowhead tip of the seconds hand.
-ETA 2436-2 movement. Similar to the ubiquitous workhorse, the 2428, the difference being the addition the day-of-week complication.
-Domed sapphire crystal. Adds depth to the face of the watch when viewing at an angle, which I tried to show in one of the uploaded pics. Never once had a problem with readability.
-You can entertain the kids with the exhibition back. See pics.
-Screwdown crown AND protective shoulders. No way you're gonna change that date/time by accident.
-Can be hand wound to jumpstart the ticking.

Cons:
-Bits of moulding-flash noticeable at the edges of some of the minutes digits. Wish they cleaned up the edges a bit more. It's difficult to get a static picture of this to show as an example, but it's much more noticeable under moving reflections.
-Lume is kinda mediocre. Is applied on the hands and to the out edge minute ticks. Shape of the hour hand lume kinda throws me off because it's a triangle pointing in towards the center of the dial. Doesn't seem to be of the superluminova variety that makes certain other watches fluoresce so wildly. And of course, the numerals aren't lumed either but that's the trade-in for having shiny, sparkly numbers.. And it's a worthwhile trade-off in my opinion. If you REALLY want the lume, check out watches by Aristo and Junkers. They have a large selection in this style at a similar price range (large minute digits, small hours on an inner dial) that use superluminova on all markings.
-Leather band. GORGEOUS shade of red-brown, but this is the worst I've seen in durability. I'm a bit psycho and keep the original bands intact in the event that I want to sell the watch, but after completing my purchase I thought to wear the watch out of the store. A few hours shouldn't matter, right? Bits of leather flaked off from stress points, and it looked like i had worn the watch for several weeks on it. Yikes. Replacement OEM straps seem to run about $100. I currently alternate the watch between a brown Tech Swiss pilot watch band and a maratac "James Bond" NATO strap, the latter of which complements the black/silver nicely. See pics.
-Kinda loud. I dont hear it under normal circumstances (i'd have the watch a foot away from my ear in a rather quiet room and I can barely make out any ticking), but should I sleep with this watch on, and my hand is under my pillow while i lay on my side, I can hear the watch humming.
-One detail that was brought up by a poster in response to a review to this watch on ablogtoread.com that started to bother me: 12o'clock indicator triangle points downwards, whereas all other Fleiger-style watches typically have it pointing up.

Overall: No regrets thus far. Before this watch I thought of myself as chrono guy, as non-chronos seemed so barren to me. This watch oozes so much style that I've come off the chrono look for good now. Polish out the burred edges on the numerals, give me a red/brown leather band doesn't fall apart within hours, and invert that triangle.. and I wouldn't ever want to wear anything else again.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Attractive, well built, accurate watch at a good price 28 May 2013
By J. Boutilier - Published on Amazon.com
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This review is for a Hamilton Khaki Pilot Automatic Black Dial Men's Watch - H64715535. This aviator styled watch features a 46mm stainless steel case, 200m water resistance, screw down protected crown, sapphire crystal, window back, fine brown leather strap and a swiss automatic movement with day, date, and hour, minute and second hands.

This is my second Hamilton watch and as with the first, I'm very pleased with it. It combines simple, traditional design and materials, with quality movement and construction. in a great looking package at a reasonable cost.

The black face has an outer ring of greenish white one minute hash marks that are moderately luminous. Just inside that are large Arabic numerated minute designations in 5 minute increments from 5-55 with a large inverted triangle at the 0/60 position. These are highly polished metal and can appear as anything from very subdued grey that blends in with the black face to brilliant silver in high contrast with the black face depending on how the light hits them (they are not luminous). Inside that are traditional Arabic numbered hour indicators with large half hour hash marks and smaller 1/8th hour hash marks (these are all fairly fine and in simple white and not luminous). There are day and date windows at the 3:00 position with simple black charters or numbers on a white background (not luminous). The hour and minute hands are skeletonized with highly polished metal but with highly luminous greenish white solid portions. The hour hand has a cutout that keeps the hour and day indicators visible. The minute hand has a cutout that keeps the day visible. The second hand is highly polished metal (but not luminous).

Sorry for the long description of the face but because the face can look very different depending on the lighting and angle I thought it was important. When I first looked at my watch I said "hey this doesn't look anything like the pictures", then realized the pictures are accurate in a given light or angle but that light and angle could change how this watch looked significantly. It took me a while to get used to the face, but I really like it at this point.

This watch self-winds easily and seems to have a fairly large reserve (plus you can wind it manually if you wish). Its been keeping time quite accurately (I've had it for several weeks and its still within a minute of the atomic source I set it by). The strap is a beautiful brown leather, that at least in my case seems very durable and is not showing any signs of wear.

So we have an simple, attractive, well built, accurate watch with a good swiss automatic movement at a reasonable price.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Watch for all seasons 24 Feb. 2014
By Holden - Published on Amazon.com
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Handsome watch and great value for an automatic. Works great after one week and seems to have gained about a second or two in that time. Delivery was a day early with amazon prime. The band seems fine and looks good with the watch. The crown was a little hard to manipulate but that might be more my digital dexterity.

I also have a Victorinox divers watch I bought from Amazon last year for more rugged activity so I'm ready to keep time on land, sea and air in nice style.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Love it 10 July 2013
By Roberto Vecciu - Published on Amazon.com
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Great design, great feeling and great value for money. Excellent product.
The belt is hard at the beginning but after some days is perfect.
Beautiful but big 22 Jan. 2015
By Ron DeAngelo - Published on Amazon.com
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Beautiful watch. I bought it as a gift but it was a little too large for my brother so had to send it back. It has the look of quality. There have been complaints about the strap so I'll note that but I didn't keep it so I can't speak to that. However, if I was to get it for myself (the 46 mil size is a bit out of my comfort zone) I would change the strap, not because of what has been said. but because I saw pictures of a strap one customer had put on the watch and it just popped it.
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