- Dimensiones del producto: 15 x 15 x 15 cm ; 59 g
- Número de modelo del producto: H70455733
- ASIN: B00264GME6
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 4 de octubre de 2012
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº95.740 en Relojes (Ver el Top 100 en Relojes)
Hamilton H70455733 - Reloj de hombre automático negro
|Precio:||EUR 575,00 Envío gratis.|
|Precio final del producto|
- Carga automática de movimiento - una opción ecológica para los clientes más exigentes. Impulsado por el movimiento diario de su brazo
- Movimiento automático de carga con pantalla analógica y cristal mineral Dial ventana
- Calendario, luz de noche
- Banda de cuero negro y caja de acero inoxidable con esfera de color negro
- Resistente al agua hasta 10 ATM/100 meters/330 feet: adecuado para esnórquel, así como natación, pero no para buceo
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Información Del Reloj
|Referencia del fabricante||H70455733|
|Año del modelo||2011|
|Forma del producto||Redondo|
|Tipo de cristal del dial||Mineral|
|Tipo de cierre||hebilla|
|Material de la caja||Acero inoxidable|
|Diámetro de la caja||38 milímetros|
|Grosor de la caja||11 milímetros|
|Material de la correa||Cuero|
|Longitud de la correa||hombre estándar|
|Anchura de la correa||20 milímetros|
|Color de la correa||Negro|
|Color del dial||Negro|
|Material del bisel||acero inoxidable|
|Características especiales||Fissa Lunetta|
|Resistencia máxima a la presión del agua||10 bares|
|Tipo de garantía||vendedor|
Detalles del producto
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Descripción del producto
Hamilton orologi hanno principalmente un semplice, design ispirato militare su di loro e si può avere sia in quarzo e meccanici (sia a carica manuale e automatico) movimenti. Elegante e di classe in ogni aspetto, questa serie di orologi Hamilton è un ottimo orologio per tutte le occasioni.
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Much has been written on the ETA 2824-2 movement used in these Hamiltons. I’ll not repeat it all here but it is without question a very successful and respected design. Hamilton claims an accuracy between -10/+15 seconds per day which is reasonable for an automatic not certified by the COSC as a chronometer. Checked against the U.S Naval Observatory time signal, mine is gaining 10 seconds per day. That of course may change as the watch “breaks in”. With a modicum of care and proper servicing the watch will last a very long time. Recommended service intervals of three to five years seems to be the norm. Ignore those who say “Just wait until it quits to get it serviced.” This is an example of precision mechanics and should be treated as such.
Yes, a quartz watch, or even the clock on your phone, is more accurate. If atomic clock accuracy is paramount, don’t buy an automatic.
A couple of minor complaints:
Antireflective coating on the crystal would have been nice. So would a locking crown. Without that feature I intend to be cautious about getting the watch near water.
As mentioned by others, out of the box the band is very stiff. But after only a few hours wear I can already tell a difference, and I doubt it will take long to break in. The texture is smooth with even, white stitching and the brushed stainless branded buckle is a handsome choice. The band is 80x120mm excluding the buckle and I am using the fourth hole from the tip. Personally I like the black band vs the brown, although I am considering swapping it out for something with more texture, like a distressed or embossed croc leather band. It would also look great on a NATO strap if that’s your style. At 20mm between the lugs, the possibilities are endless.
The lume is very bright. The hands appear to be twice as bright as the numbers.
Overall the watch is simultaneously subtle yet striking. There aren’t a multitude of dials, complications or buttons. It doesn’t clamor for attention, but once noticed it definitely holds the eye. If you like simplicity and character in your watch, you’ll find it here.
Late in the summer it stopped after having been on the night stand over night. So I started giving it a little winding each morning just to keep things going. After a week or so of that it started getting rough and "scratchy" while winding so I took it to my local Certified Watch Maker. He overhauled the watch; cleaned, adjusted, lubricated, and timed it, resealed and pressure tested the watch. He said he thought the watch might be about eight years old.
Parts replaced because of damage were Mainspring, all gaskets, two auto reversing wheels, auto reduction wheel, third wheel, and winding pinion, due to lack of proper lubrication.
Today I called Hamilton and asked when the watch was created. I explained the situation, where I bought it and that I had no grief with Hamilton, but I would like to know when it was created, because it seems like it had been someplace for a very long time without lubrication or other care.
At their request I sent photographs of the label on the box, and front and back photographs of the watch itself. They quickly came back with information that THIS MODEL WAS CREATED IN 2004. Which is to say that this 9-plus year old watch, after having been sitting on a shelf some place was sold as new, and yep, it was new (as in not previously sold to a consumer) but not recently created either.
These are a great timepiece, but you might want to get it to a Certified Watch Maker for cleaning and lubrication before using it.