Hamilton Pulsonic watch released

First published: 05-02-2010

Hamilton watches has revealed that it is soon releasing its own impressive-looking timepiece, the Pulsonic watch, for higher-end buyers.

The stainless steel offering takes an oval-esque shape and uses the most austere of digital displays to give its user the time through a black screen, finished with a tapered link strap.

Hamilton created the timepiece to celebrate the 40th birthday of the digital watch, and has combined a Swiss automatic movement with a digital face in order to keep the offering powered for 82 days straight.

The futuristic-looking watch will follow the announcement in the summer of the Khaki X-Mach, which the company claimed would take Hamilton aviation watches to "exhilarating new heights" with its ability to measure the Mach number of an aircraft.

It added at the time that the sophisticated chronograph timepiece is inspired by the skies and captures the spirit of flight through "relentless attention to detail and bold looks reminiscent of the cockpit".


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