The Martian ES

Hamilton Khaki Navy Below Zero
the Martian
Featuring the Khaki Navy Belowzero
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Worn byMark Watney
Acted by Matt Damon

Detected 6 materials

Stainless Steel

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Stainless Steel

Iron alloy containing some chromium and some carbon necessary to guarantee the formation of an auto-regenerating surface coat (passive coat) which brings the corrosion resistance.

The main characteristics are the corrosion resistance, the total recyclability, the biological neutrality, the ease in the manufacturing and the good report between mechanical resistance and weight.

It is the ideal material to use to manufacture watch cases, bracelets and buckles.
Hamilton uses very the high quality stainless steel type 1.4404 (316L) which suits perfectly for parts in extended contact with the skin.

PVD Coating

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | PVD Coating

The PVD technology (Physical Vapor Deposition) include a processes family of deposits in a vacuum chamber. Under the effect of an electric field, this technology allows to deposit a thin layer of pure metal or an alloy coating on every types of metals and ceramics such as: stainless steel, gold, ceramic, brass, nickel...

Layers have a thickness which varies generally from 0,5 to 3 µm.

Depending on the coating chosen, this deposit confers to the treated parts interesting properties:

  • Good corrosion resistance
  • Very low coefficient of friction
  • Very big hardness
  • Antibacterial properties
  • Electromagnetic shielding properties

Rubber

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Rubber

Synthetic rubber is an elastomer mainly synthesized from raw materials derived from synthetic elements. This material can undergo more deformation under stress than most materials and will still return to its previous size without permanent deformation.

Ruby

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Ruby
Rubies, and in particular synthetic rubies, are the hardest stones after diamonds. They have a hardness of 9.0 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.  They are used in movement of the timepiece to reduce the friction between parts. This therefore increases the precision and life of the movement.

Sapphire Crystal

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Sapphire Crystal

The synthetic sapphire used in the watchmaking is almost chemically identical to the natural sapphires and the ruby, also known under the name of corundum - a mineral compound of crystals of aluminum oxide.

After the diamond, the sapphire is the material the most scratch-resistant and one of the hardest substances on earth. Other excellent properties of this material are the transparency, the high friction resistance to abrasion, the lifetime, the shine and the various shapes which it can take.

Since 2007 the Hamilton watches are equipped with a sapphire crystal.

Luminova®

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Luminova

Swiss Super-LumiNova® is a photo-luminescent substance. When applied on watch dials and hands, it allows to tell time in the dark. Working as a kind of “light battery”, Swiss Super-LumiNova® stores light, so it can then glow under weak luminosity conditions with no loss of performance over life time.

It is non-radioactive and non-toxic. Based on Strontium Aluminate, Swiss Super-LumiNova® is an inert product, that doesn’t present any danger.

Worn by Rick Martinez

Acted by Micheal Peña

Detected 5 materials

Stainless Steel

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Stainless Steel

Iron alloy containing some chromium and some carbon necessary to guarantee the formation of an auto-regenerating surface coat (passive coat) which brings the corrosion resistance.

The main characteristics are the corrosion resistance, the total recyclability, the biological neutrality, the ease in the manufacturing and the good report between mechanical resistance and weight.

It is the ideal material to use to manufacture watch cases, bracelets and buckles.
Hamilton uses very the high quality stainless steel type 1.4404 (316L) which suits perfectly for parts in extended contact with the skin.

Rubber

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Rubber

Synthetic rubber is an elastomer mainly synthesized from raw materials derived from synthetic elements. This material can undergo more deformation under stress than most materials and will still return to its previous size without permanent deformation.

Ruby

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Ruby
Rubies, and in particular synthetic rubies, are the hardest stones after diamonds. They have a hardness of 9.0 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.  They are used in movement of the timepiece to reduce the friction between parts. This therefore increases the precision and life of the movement.

Sapphire Crystal

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Sapphire Crystal

The synthetic sapphire used in the watchmaking is almost chemically identical to the natural sapphires and the ruby, also known under the name of corundum - a mineral compound of crystals of aluminum oxide.

After the diamond, the sapphire is the material the most scratch-resistant and one of the hardest substances on earth. Other excellent properties of this material are the transparency, the high friction resistance to abrasion, the lifetime, the shine and the various shapes which it can take.

Since 2007 the Hamilton watches are equipped with a sapphire crystal.

Luminova®

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Luminova

Swiss Super-LumiNova® is a photo-luminescent substance. When applied on watch dials and hands, it allows to tell time in the dark. Working as a kind of “light battery”, Swiss Super-LumiNova® stores light, so it can then glow under weak luminosity conditions with no loss of performance over life time.

It is non-radioactive and non-toxic. Based on Strontium Aluminate, Swiss Super-LumiNova® is an inert product, that doesn’t present any danger.

Worn by Chris Beck

Acted by Sebastian Stan


Detected 3 materials

Stainless Steel

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Stainless Steel

Iron alloy containing some chromium and some carbon necessary to guarantee the formation of an auto-regenerating surface coat (passive coat) which brings the corrosion resistance.

The main characteristics are the corrosion resistance, the total recyclability, the biological neutrality, the ease in the manufacturing and the good report between mechanical resistance and weight.

It is the ideal material to use to manufacture watch cases, bracelets and buckles.
Hamilton uses very the high quality stainless steel type 1.4404 (316L) which suits perfectly for parts in extended contact with the skin.

Ruby

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Ruby
Rubies, and in particular synthetic rubies, are the hardest stones after diamonds. They have a hardness of 9.0 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.  They are used in movement of the timepiece to reduce the friction between parts. This therefore increases the precision and life of the movement.

Sapphire Crystal

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Sapphire Crystal

The synthetic sapphire used in the watchmaking is almost chemically identical to the natural sapphires and the ruby, also known under the name of corundum - a mineral compound of crystals of aluminum oxide.

After the diamond, the sapphire is the material the most scratch-resistant and one of the hardest substances on earth. Other excellent properties of this material are the transparency, the high friction resistance to abrasion, the lifetime, the shine and the various shapes which it can take.

Since 2007 the Hamilton watches are equipped with a sapphire crystal.

Worn by Melissa Lewis

Acted by Jessica Chastain


Detected 5 materials

Aluminium

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Stainless Steel

Aluminum is a chemical element in the boron group with the symbol AI and an atomic number 13. It is a silver-white and nonmagnetic metal. This metal is remarkable for its low density and ability to resist corrosion. Aluminum is vital in the aerospace industry and is important in other areas of transportation and structural materials.

PVD Coating

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | PVD Coating

The PVD technology (Physical Vapor Deposition) include a processes family of deposits in a vacuum chamber. Under the effect of an electric field, this technology allows to deposit a thin layer of pure metal or an alloy coating on every types of metals and ceramics such as: stainless steel, gold, ceramic, brass, nickel...

Layers have a thickness which varies generally from 0,5 to 3 µm.

Depending on the coating chosen, this deposit confers to the treated parts interesting properties:

  • Good corrosion resistance
  • Very low coefficient of friction
  • Very big hardness
  • Antibacterial properties
  • Electromagnetic shielding properties

Ruby

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Ruby
Rubies, and in particular synthetic rubies, are the hardest stones after diamonds. They have a hardness of 9.0 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.  They are used in movement of the timepiece to reduce the friction between parts. This therefore increases the precision and life of the movement.

Sapphire Crystal

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Sapphire Crystal

The synthetic sapphire used in the watchmaking is almost chemically identical to the natural sapphires and the ruby, also known under the name of corundum - a mineral compound of crystals of aluminum oxide.

After the diamond, the sapphire is the material the most scratch-resistant and one of the hardest substances on earth. Other excellent properties of this material are the transparency, the high friction resistance to abrasion, the lifetime, the shine and the various shapes which it can take.

Since 2007 the Hamilton watches are equipped with a sapphire crystal.

Luminova®

Hamilton Khaki Below Zero | Luminova

Swiss Super-LumiNova® is a photo-luminescent substance. When applied on watch dials and hands, it allows to tell time in the dark. Working as a kind of “light battery”, Swiss Super-LumiNova® stores light, so it can then glow under weak luminosity conditions with no loss of performance over life time.

It is non-radioactive and non-toxic. Based on Strontium Aluminate, Swiss Super-LumiNova® is an inert product, that doesn’t present any danger.

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