Hamilton Men's Brown Leather Band Steel Case Automatic Black Dial Analog Watch H64715535
|Price:||£697.85 FREE UK delivery.|
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- Self-winding automatic movement - an Eco-friendly choice for discerning customer. Powered by everyday movement of your arm
- Automatic self-winding movement with analog display and sapphire crystal dial window
- Screw-down-crown, water-resistant
- Brown patent leather band and stainless steel case with black dial
- Water resistant to 20 ATM / 200 meters / 660 feet : suitable for professional marine activity serious surface water sports and skin diving
If an automatic watch is not moved or worn daily, it will stop, and will need to be restarted manually. You can manually wind the watch by turning the crown on the side of the watch clockwise 10 to 15 times until you feel resistance. Find out more about automatic watches here .
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|Dial Window Material Type||Synthetic Sapphire|
|Case Material||Stainless steel|
|Case Diameter||46 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||11 millimetres|
|Band Length||Men's Standard|
|Band Width||22 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
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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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.
I was afraid it was dead on arrival when I unboxed it; heard other horror stories. A few shakes and it was running just fine. Must have been sitting on the shelf for a while.
2 downsides though which are minor and related to the watchband. Hamilton bands are typically small, this is no exception. With a 7.5" wrist you'll only get it to tighten to the 2nd notch. There are 2 leather band clasps; one is fixed, the other floats. There is no extra band overlap with 2 notches of tightening, so the free-floating clasp just rattles around. I will be replacing the band with a longer length and a different color. The dark brown is shinier than in the pictures and it clashes with the black face more than it contrasts it. A 24mm band option would also be nice.
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.