The original Ventura of 1957, the first electric watch actuated by a battery, marked the history of watchmaking. It was dared to create an automatic version of this rendered watch famous by its battery movement, but Hamilton was of course risky. But how to improve an icon? You have to see big, or move on! The XXL proportions of this model are also bold and sumptuous. And red accents on the dial and the second needle add a flamboyant finish touch.
The H-10 caliber is a three-needle movement with a date function and an impressive 80-hour running reserve. It comes with a complex finish alternating bearing and spiral for American Classic models, as well as sober surfaces for pilot watches.
|Dimensions of the case||45.5mm x 46mm|
|Housing material||Stainless steel|
|Width||Width horn 23.5 mm|
|Reserve||80-hour power reserve|
|Sealing||5 bar (50 m) / 73 psi|
|Type of bracelet||Rubber|
|Width of the loop||Width of the loop 20 mm|