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Timeless and classic Hamilton Watches

Hamilton Watches was established in 1892 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and switched from pocket watches to wrist watches after World War I.

The Hamilton Electric 500, produced in 1957, was the world's first electric watch, and was famously loved by Elvis Presley.

Now, as part of the Swiss Swatch Group, Hamilton Watches celebrates their mix of American and Swiss craftsmanship.

Men's watches

If you're a fan of the King, go for a watch from the Ventura collection, such as the Elvis80 Auto, which replicate the quirky triangular dial of the 1957 Electric 500.

For those with a military heritage, the Khaki range is a great choice. The Khaki Field Quartz watch was inspired by the models produced by Hamilton Watches for the troops during World War II, and its detailed and distinctive design makes it a firm favourite today.

The Khaki Aviation Pilot Auto Chrono is another beautiful design from the Khaki range. Featuring an easy-to-read dial, chronograph function, and Superluminova hands, it provides the wearer the classic style of an early American pilot.

The Jazzmaster Seaview Chrono Quartz is a great model if you're more comfortable on the open water. With a rotating bezel inspired by a compass, chronograph dial, and water resistance up to 328 ft, it combines durability with a stunning appearance.

Women's watches

Hamilton Watches also produce a select range of Hamilton women's wristwatches. With slimmer straps and petite dials, these watches combine classic Hamilton craftsmanship with feminine designs.

For a touch of sparkle, try the Lady Hamilton Quartz. With its delicate chain bracelet and diamond encrusted bezel, it's guaranteed to turn heads.

Antique watches

Alongside the many modern Hamilton watches in this range, avid collectors will also find beautiful antique pieces such as Hamilton Railroad pocket watches from the 1930s and 1940s, as well as vintage men's and women's designs.

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