Hamilton’s rich history, authentic designs and technical excellence have made our watches treasured gifts for generations. What’s more, our diverse collections draw on decades of innovation, skill and design ensuring you will find the perfect Hamilton wristwatch for your loved ones this holiday season.
Whether you’re celebrating this festive time with adventures in the snow or enjoying the warmth of a roaring fire, we’ve found a timepiece to match all the personalities on your list.
Classic Vintage Style
The Hamilton Intra-Matic Automatic Chronograph, based on one of our most celebrated watches from the 1960s, is a timepiece that is as handsome as it is versatile, especially on a charming, beautifully made stainless steel mesh bracelet.
Alternatively, the Intra-Matic Automatic transfers this captivating aesthetic onto a time-only wristwatch. With a dial in contrasting shades of blue and off-white, on a light brown leather strap, it’s a timepiece that oozes sophistication – and not just on the outside. The H-10 automatic movement within is a modern wonder featuring an extended 80-hour power reserve and a balance spring made from NivachronTM, an exclusive new alloy with superior resistance to magnetic fields that ensures accurate and reliable timekeeping even in extreme conditions.
A Sophisticated Open Heart
While hiding a watch’s movement is more common, we love putting the mechanics on show as well. In the Hamilton Jazzmaster Open Heart, for instance, bold cutouts in the dial reveal the same H-10 movement beating away. This is a contemporary style that works equally at 42mm on a bracelet, or in more feminine form with a mother-of-pearl dial and diamond-decorated 36mm case.
More avant-garde still is the Hamilton Jazzmaster Skeleton, which incorporates our famous design signature, the ‘spiky H’, into the cutout structure itself. For urban dressers, design fans and inquisitive people who like to look into the heart of things, these watches will be gifts that surprise and delight.
Built for Adventure
For people who like a more rugged, action-ready wristwatch, Hamilton’s Khaki collections are informed by decades of experience creating watches for both military and aviation purposes. The all-black Hamilton Khaki Field King Auto is a stealthy modern take on the original soldier’s watch we produced in World War II. Meanwhile, the Hamilton Khaki Aviation Converter is a chronograph for those who love to fly, with a bi-directional, rotating ‘slide-rule’ bezel that enables mathematical calculations in flight. The function can be applied to critical factors like airspeed, distance, fuel consumption, rate of climb or descent and flight time, and can also make various unit conversions including kilometers/nautical miles, pounds/kilograms, feet/meters, or even convert currency for those flying internationally.
Iconic Retro Designs
Hamilton has been at the forefront of groundbreaking technology and trend-setting design over the decades, as demonstrated by the latest versions of two of our most iconic wristwatches. The retro-futuristic aesthetic of the Hamilton Ventura was first devised in 1957 when we stunned the world by unveiling the very first-ever battery-powered wristwatch. Sported by Elvis Presley himself, and the official watch of the “Men in Black” uniform, the Ventura is a daring unisex timepiece.
In 1970, Hamilton changed the world once again with the announcement of the very first digital electronic wristwatch, the Pulsar. That timepiece is now reborn with all its space age-era styling intact in the new Hamilton PSR. With time displayed in red digital numerals on a black screen via LCD and OLED hybrid technology, its charismatic design is just as sought after today.
This holiday season give your loved ones a gift they will treasure for a lifetime: a Hamilton watch to match their personal style.
Founded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 1892, Hamilton creates watches with a unique balance of authenticity and innovation. Its timepieces synchronized the first railroads and kept time for aviation pioneers and U.S. soldiers. A favorite of filmmakers for decades, Hamilton watches have appeared in more than 500 movies, with custom pieces playing a pivotal role in several Hollywood blockbusters. With a continued commitment to craftsmanship and accuracy, Hamilton launched the world’s first electric watch in 1957 and the first LED digital watch in 1970. A member of the Swatch Group, the global leader in watch manufacturing and distribution, Hamilton’s current collections combine its American spirit with true Swiss precision.
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