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Hamilton Automatic Chronograph H32616133 Jazzmaster Mens Watch
Sophistication, usability, reliability - entirety of all the aspects mastered into one. Or you can say it’s a modern, confident and contemporary version of sleek, classic, timeless elegance!
The Hamilton Jazzmaster Automatic Chronograph creates a picture of improvisations in watch-making with latest innovations. Unless a true savant, you will think of this Hamilton as a watch that costs in five or more figures. It is refinement, polished and presented.
The Jazzmaster Auto Chrono has simple lines throughout its case and the dial design, creating the refined style which is its highlight. The traditional watch-lover must not let go of this stainless steel timepiece if he values viewing style through an abstinence of excesses.
A vision of Hamilton Jazzmaster Automatic Chronograph is going to make anyone an instant fan. Its exceptional, circular, 42mm stainless steel case is topped with a fixed stainless steel bezel. A textured crown sits on its side with two pushers on each side, longitudinally. In between is the bold, black dial and a synthetic sapphire crystal serve as its cover.
Apart from the qualities that help the Hamilton automatic chronograph score objectively, there are the intangible elements. Build components are easy to assess, intangible elements are more complicated and difficult to be rated objectively. Here, those elements defy any categorization (if you like to go the systematic way) to be put unto but leaves room for play. This becomes an important factor when you finally put a score on the watch.
The dial holds silver-toned index hour markers. The silver-toned hands are luminous but not the three chronograph sub-dials or hands. The sub-dials display 60-seconds and 30-minutes counts and the third one is a 24-hour display. There’s also a date display at 4 'o clock. A five-link stainless steel bracelet and a stainless steel deployment clasp ensure a firm, secure grip, even down under 300 feet of water.
However, to speak about the true horological excellence of the Hamilton auto chrono, the H21 movement simply captures imaginations. Built upon the Valjoux 7750, it is a much improved version of its predecessor. The 60 hour power reserve was possible with barrel and main spring modifications, a higher accuracy achieved by glittering up the spiral and the bridge has been personalized into an H-pattern.
It is such simple solutions to pesky problems that earned Hamilton universal praise and shamelessly, a few among us must admit, have developed, towards it, a perception of bias. But there are even greater biases that make you think if the person goes - on a regular basis – to the bed with Hamilton Automatic Watches. Here, it’s a much milder case; but if you didn’t feel that way before, there’s not much chance it’ll change your mindset later.