In the decade 2020 "Back to the future“
These words perfectly describe the successful re-edition of the Hamilton Pulsar. In 1970, it was one of the first wristwatches in the age of digital beginnings. Hamilton Pulsar Time Computer was often a film star in Hollywood movies and even triumphed on the wrist of a James Bond. With American flair and Swiss watch technology, a charmingly cult-like new edition has been created. The spacey shape is underlined by brushed stainless steel for the case and back, stainless steel bracelet and a black dial. The case dimensions are the original 40.8 x 34.7 mm. 13.3 mm height, 24 mm lug width and 19 mm wide folding clasp complete the catalogue of dimensions.
Question of faith: analogue vs. digital, silver vs. gold
Although opinions differ on digital watches, the old new Hamilton American Classic PSR is enjoying unqualified popularity. A limited edition of 1,970 watches worldwide represents a desirable alternative. Draped in a square box, a yellow-gold Hamilton American Classic PSR is enthroned. A PVD coating on stainless steel makes the difference in colour. Hamilton Watch Company developed into a leading brand in the production of automatic watches. Founded in the USA in 1892, the success story began with pocket watches in the up-and-coming railway sector. As an equipment supplier to the US Armed Forces, the company began to specialise in wristwatches, including for military and aviation purposes, in 1914.