Hamilton Khaki Field Quartz GreenSKU: H68201063
Hamilton Khaki Field Quartz; Quartz Movement and Green Strap
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Hamilton Khaki Field Quartz is the worthy heir to its military tradition, this watch is characterized by attention to detail and original style. Its strong personality makes it versatile and able to reveal the personality of the wearer. Thanks to its comfort and reliability, the quartz movement allows you to better cope with the daily activities of modern life.
Features of Hamilton KHAKI FIELD QUARTZ
Caliber : F06.111
Case material : Steel
Glass : Sapphire
Movement : Quartz
Power reserve : No
Case dimensions : 38mm
Water Resistance : Water Resistance 10 bar (100 m) / 145 psi (328 ft)
Strap color : Green
Snare width : Snare width 20mm
Type of buckle : Pin buckle
Hamilton: American spirit, Swiss precision
Cutting-edge, practical and precise: Hamilton uses a unique combination of Swiss precision and American spirit to create distinctive and versatile watches for enthusiasts and style-conscious people. In its long history, Hamilton has achieved many milestones, which have helped it to become a solid and internationally renowned watch brand today.
Hamilton has its roots in the United States, where it was founded in 1892. The original factory was located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where the company was based for the first 111 years of its life.
Hamilton became famous as the American railways developed. As the country builds its most important infrastructure, Hamilton begins to provide accurate clocks to prevent and reduce accidents by synchronizing train schedules.
Innovation is one of the keys to Hamilton’s success: some of its important developments changed the world of watchmaking forever in the middle of the 20th century. In 1957, the Ventura became the world’s first battery-powered electric watch and in 1970 Pulsar, the world’s first digital LED watch, was born. Since 2011 Hamilton has been producing its own movements together with ETA, allowing the brand to integrate power reserves of up to 80 hours into certain calibres.