Hamilton American Classic PSR

Retro fans, trendsetters and space cowboys rejoice: the American Classic PSR Digital Quartz marks the return of a men's electronic wristwatch that was considered a revolutionary small computer in 1970. The cushion-shaped stainless steel case encloses a dial with LCD and OLED hybrid display. The steady time display is visible under anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. A push of a button illuminates the display. Reflective LCD liquid display combined with emitting organic OLED light diodes makes the time appear in red digits made of small luminous dots. The digital time indication is optimally visible day and night on the black dial with power-saving LC screen. The Classic PSR is water resistant up to 100 m.

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Currently available Hamilton American Classic PSR watches

The decade 2020 "Back to the future"

These words perfectly describe the successful reissue of the Hamilton Pulsar. In 1970, it was one of the first wristwatches in the age of digital beginnings. Hamilton Pulsar Time Computer was many times a movie star itself in Hollywood movies and triumphed even on the wrist of a James Bond. By combining American flair and Swiss watchmaking technology, it succeeds in creating a delightfully iconic new edition. The spacey-looking shape is emphasized by brushed stainless steel for the case and case back, stainless steel bracelet, and a black dial. Case dimensions feature the original 40.8 x 34.7 mm. 13.3 mm height, 24 mm lug width and 19 mm wide folding clasp complete the dimensional catalog.

Question of faith: Analog vs. Digital, Silver vs. Gold

Although digital watches tend to divide spirits, the old new Hamilton American Classic PSR receives unconditional approval. A limited edition of 1,970 pieces worldwide presents a desirable alternative. Draped in a square box, a yellow gold Hamilton American Classic PSR is enthroned. A PVD coating on stainless steel brings the color difference to life. Hamilton Watch Company evolved into a leading brand in the manufacture of automatic watches. Founded in the US in 1892, the success story began with pocket watches in the burgeoning railroad industry. As a supplier to the U.S. armed forces, the company began specializing in wristwatches, including military and aviation, in 1914.