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Moments in Time: Hamilton’s Handsome Jazzmaster Skeleton

The intriguing Jazzmaster Skeleton from the house of Hamilton. Photo ©Courtesy Hamilton Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

There is nothing like contemplating all of the elements of a watch’s movement. It is a captivating show, in which which the wheels turn and tick back and forth. The house of Hamilton has just brought out a new take on its emblematic Jazzmaster Skeleton, the emblematic timepiece from the Swiss house which was founded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in the United States in.1892 which gives rise to the house’s watches being known for their American Spirit and Swiss Precision. The watch displays the hairspring, escapement and barrel working together to offer ultimate precision.

The intriguing Jazzmaster Skeleton from the house of Hamilton. Photo ©Courtesy Hamilton Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

The timepiece gives you an up close and personal view of all of the elements of the house’s exclusive automatic precision H-10_S movement. The house’s designers have integrated an H into the watch’s structure, the H that is emblematic of Hamilton’s designs. The stainless steel case is outfitted with a white or black dial which in turn are outfitted with Super-LumiNova® hands and indexes. The house has a reputation for its strong movie, military and aviation heritage. The house is currently the Official Timekeeper of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship and a Hamilton was worn by Elvis Presley in Blue Hawaii, one of the house’s over 450 appearances in major feature films.
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The intriguing Jazzmaster Skeleton from the house of Hamilton. Photo ©Courtesy Hamilton Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

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