Hamilton Watches – Reviews, Photos, & More

About Hamilton Watches

Brief Company History

Hamilton began life has an American watch making company, eventually being acquired by the Swatch Group. With its headquarters now in Switzerland, Hamilton watches are synonymous with good quality of build and the use of respected Swiss-made movements that are both developed in-house and sourced from ETA.

Hamilton watches are often featured in popular culture, with their watches appearing prominently in movies (such as Men In Black 3 and Interstellar).

FOUNDED:

1892

HEADQUARTERS:

Biel, Switzerland

AVERAGE MSRP:

Under $2,000

WEBSITE:

www.HamiltonWatch.com

Latest Hamilton Watch Post/Review

Recent Hamilton Watch Reviews, Posts, & Photos

Hamilton Pan-Europ: Then vs Now

After going to a local watch meet I met doncommando, who agreed to loan me his vintage Pan-Europ for a while so I could snap some photos. Just a couple of weeks later, Justin at Gem by Carati loaned me a brand-new Pan-Europ Auto Chrono for a few days. I thought this was the ideal time to get some side-by-side shots of the vintage Pan-Europ and its modern re-imagining.

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Hamilton Jazzmaster Regulator Auto Review

The Jazzmaster Regulator is definitely one of the most unique watches you can get for its $1,275 MSRP. Powered by Hamilton’s own H-12 automatic movement, the Regulator comes with the specs you can expect from a four-figure Hamilton: sapphire front/rear crystals, stainless steel all around, an excellent leather strap, and a deployment clasp. I think it’s a great looking watch, too. If you want something mechanical and decidedly different from what most will have in their collection, the Regulator Automatic is worth your consideration.

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Hamilton Jazzmaster Day/Date Automatic Review

There’s a lot of competition in the $500 to $1,000 price bracket, and the Hamilton Jazzmaster is a bit of a heavyweight in the segment. As a daily wearer, the Jazzmaster Day/Date is a great watch- it’s good looks, reliable ETA movement, and sapphire/stainless steel combination make for a watch that will look and run great for years. I like it’s somewhat understated styling, its weight and balance, and the quality of its build. Recommended.

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Hamilton Jazzmaster Auto Chrono Review

I’m in love with the Auto Chrono. Of course it’s beautiful, but it’s the fine details Hamilton put into this version of the Jazzmaster, along with the new H21 automatic movement, that created something genuinely brilliant. I can’t think of a single watch that retails for under $2,000 that I’d recommend before the Hamilton Jazzmaster Auto Chrono.

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