Hamilton has a proven affinity to water, perfectly reflected by its long list of appearances in movies with aquatic themes. The Hamilton Khaki Sub Auto is a true celebration of this proven capacity for products that make waves, which has ranged from acting as vital equipment for heroic military divers in The Frogmen (1951), to a lesson in shark-avoidance in the underwater action film, Into the Blue (2005).
The spirit of the sea penetrates all aspects of the watch's design. This new ultra-modern maritime masterpiece takes its case shape from the iconic Hamilton Piping Rock piece from 1928. With its round dial held in place by a tonneau case, comprising intriguing open corners to show tiny glimpses of the wrist, this eye-catching watch knows exactly how to maintain its established talking point status.
Water resistant up to 30 bar (300m), the screw-down crown, rubber strap and unique rubber details emerging from stainless steel turning bezel make the perfect partner for serious underwater activities.
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