Hamilton Jazzmaster

Hamilton Jazzmaster watch model combines Swiss watchmaking tradition and classic American design. Avant-garde details freshen up the design. This line of watches was inspired by jazz music. Traditional jazz tunes from the land of unlimited possibilities are transformed into unique wristwatches. The result is fascinating wristwatches with a classic look and perfect, technologically advanced watches, which fascinate watch lovers and jazz fans alike. The watches are available in numerous designs and are suitable as accessories for any occasion. Watches from the Hamilton Jazzmaster product line are jewelry for every wrist due to their uncomplicated and classic appeal.

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Currently available Hamilton Jazzmaster watches

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The Hamilton Jazzmaster watch lines includes numerous wristwatches for men and women. For men, the Jazzmaster Day Date, Lord, Chrono, Maestro, Gent, Open Heart, Slim, Small Second, Traveler, Thinline, Face 2 Face, GMT, Regulator, Viewmatic, and Seaview models are available. Ladies can choose their wrist companion from the Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Lady, Square Lady, and Jazzmaster Lady models. The model Jazzmaster Viewmatic, which is available as a men's and women's wristwatch, fascinates both with the bottom of the watch case and with the front. Very popular among men is the model Hamilton Jazzmaster Seaview. A compass served as an inspiration for this sporty wristwatch. It is also suitable as a diver's watch under water to a depth of 100 meters. This model is also available as a variant with automatic movement and integrated date display.

Information about the watch manufacturer Hamilton

The brand name Hamilton stands for innovation. In 1957, the watch manufacturer presented one of the first electronically powered watches. Since 1919, Hamilton has been manufacturing professional watches for aviation, supplying Northwest, United, Eastern and TWA airlines, among others. The frequent presence in Hollywood cult films, for example James Bond's Live and Let Die, Blue Hawaii, Ocean's Eleven and 2001 Space Odyssey, has also contributed to the worldwide popularity of the wristwatches.