The elegant chronograph has a scratch-resistant, non-reflective sapphire crystal. This makes it particularly robust and durable. The movement is equipped with an automatic transmission with calibre "H-10-S", which offers a power reserve of 80 hours. The case is 40 mm wide and 11.1 mm high. The dial of the Hamilton Jazzmaster Skeleton Auto is white and has an hour hand, a minute hand and a second hand. The hour and minute hands have a luminous function. This allows the watch to be read even in poor lighting conditions. The lugs of the chronograph are 20 mm wide. The Hamilton Jazzmaster Skeleton Auto is water-resistant to 5 bar pressure, i.e. about 50 m deep. This means that it can be worn without any problems when showering.
The Hamilton Watch Company was originally a US-American manufacturer of brand name watches, which were handmade. The manufacture was founded in Lancaster Pennsylvania in 1892. With the purchase of the Illinois Watch Company in 1927, the company expanded again. In 1941 the company developed a marine chronometer, which led to Hamilton becoming the most important watch manufacturer in America. Through numerous acquisitions, Hamilton continued to grow until it was bought by the Swiss holding company SSIH in 1972. Since 2009, the brand has been part of the well-known Swatch Group and has been producing luxury watches in the well-known American design combined with high-quality Swiss watch technology.