Note: On this drop, you can select from the following models of Jazzmaster, available in multiple styles: Day Date, Auto Chrono, GMT, and Viewmatic. Prices vary from (-$160 to +$455), please see the gallery photos below for details.
A simple, straightforward dress watch with lumed hands and hour markers, the Jazzmaster Day Date Auto is absent of numerals, instead featuring applied hour markers as well as 1/15-second hash marks. Most notable, however, is the day window that stretches from the 11 o’clock position to the 1 o’clock position, displaying the entire name of the day. Opposite the day display is a date window at the 6 o’clock position. The watch is equipped with caliber H-40 automatic movement, which offers an 80-hour power reserve.
Constructed with H-21 automatic movement, which is similar to ETA 7750, the Jazzmaster Auto Chrono features three different subdials. At 12 o’clock lies a 30-minute timer, while the 6 o’clock position features a 12-hour timer. At 9 o’clock is a small seconds hand, which serves as the watch’s main seconds hand. On the main dial, a large seconds hand can be stopped, started, and reset using the pushers on either side of the crown at 3 o’clock. A pusher at 9 o’clock is used to set the date, which is displayed at 4 o’clock. The watch offers lumed hands and hour markers.
Featuring a guilloche pattern at the center of the dial, the Jazzmaster Viewmatic by Hamilton is appointed with hour, minute, and 15-second markers. Arabic numerals appear at the 9, 6, and 12 o’clock positions, and a date indicator sits at 3 o’clock. Equipped with an ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, it features a display caseback and a sapphire crystal. The bracelet features an "H" pattern and a deployant clasp.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Mar 8, 2016 PT.
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