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The original Ventura, launched in 1957, made watchmaking history as the world's first electrical, battery powered watch. Creating an automatic version of a watch famed for its battery powered movement is a bold move, and one that's typical of Hamilton. It's also a fitting tribute to the ultimate rulebreaker and Ventura's biggest fan: Elvis Presley. The H-10 movement that can be seen through the skeletonized dial of this model has a power reserve of 80 hours in a nod to what would have been Elvis's 80th birthday.
By suppressing the escapement regulator and through the refinement of the kinematic chain from the barrel to the escapement, the H-10-S has the capacity to store double the power of comparable standard movements, offering an extended power reserve of up to 80 hours.