Baselworld March 19-26 2015

03/17/2015

A big debut at Baselworld is the Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer pilot watch. It accurately tells the time in the world’s 24 major cities. The ten o’clock pusher can switch between chronograph and worldtimer functions. Yellow markings on the first four minutes are inspired by the freestyle program in air competitions. The second big highlight is the Hamilton Ventura Elvis80, honoring Elvis Presley, who would have been 80 this year. The automatic model uses Hamilton’s own H-10 movement, with an 80-hour power reserve. Steeply-sloped crystal and a curved dial, contemporary case architecture and intricate attachment fixtures break new ground in technical design. With material and colour combinations, plus automatic or quartz versions, the Hamilton Ventura Elvis80 has a broad, unisex appeal. Since 2012, Hamilton introduces its own movements (developed with ETA) providing extended power reserve and new design to the watches. Also this year Hamilton will be launching three new movements.

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Hamilton Ventura Elvis80 Auto

Paying tribute to what would have been the King of Rock and Roll’s 80th birthday, this handsome black watch offers 80 hours of power reserve. The Hamilton Ventura Elvis80 Auto breaks challenging new technical and design ground with its steeply sloped crystal and curved dial, contemporary case architecture and intricate attachment fixture. The legend lives on...

Hamilton Ventura Elvis80 Quartz

Stunning contemporary case architecture, intricate design detail and an asymmetric attachment fixture are teamed with a Swiss quartz movement to make a clearly modern statement. Attached by a black leather band , the watch sits comfortably on the wrist. Just as Elvis’s fusion of country music and rhythm and blues was way ahead of its time, this unisex watch has its eye firmly fixed on the future.

Chrono Worldtimer

The Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer has the ability to tell the time accurately across the world’s 24 standard time zones. Designed in collaboration with aerobatic pilot Nicolas Ivanoff, the timekeeping focus is on minutes rather than hours. Powered by the specially developed H-41e chrono quartz movement, it even displays Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).