Pre-Baselworld 2015: Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz

Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz

The innovative quartz-calibre enables the wearer of this Hamilton timepiece to switch in-between a chronograph and world time function. 

 

With push piece at “10 o´clock” you switch in-between the chronograph and the world-time function. In the world-time function the Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz will first always show UTC and then you may set the appropriate time at your location. On the 24-hour-scale you may thereafter read the zonetime in the other 23 time zones.

In the chronograph-mode the minute hand operates out of the centre. The big 12-minute-scale facilitates the readability for e.g. pilots if they wish to measure short-time events. For longer recordings you may use the counter at “10 o´clock” that will summarize the elapsed time up to 120 minutes.

The Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz calibre H-41 also adapts automatically to the Daylight Saving Time (DST) depending which zonetime you have set.

The 45 mm steel watch waterproof up to 100 meters will be sold for 1265 Swiss franc.

 

Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz
Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz
Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz
Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz
Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz
Hamilton Chrono Worldtimer Quartz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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