Last Year Hamilton released a whole new RailRoad range. This year it is being complimented with new Skeleton models.
The RailRoad Skeleton is the perfect design tribute to the proud Hamilton history of being “The Watch of Railroad Accuracy” in the nineteenth century. Stunning looks with an industrial vibe house an H-10-S movement with 80 hours of power reserve. The open dial offers a great view of the “engine room” to show this intricate movement in action, with its beautiful skeletonization and luxury decoration.
Hamilton RailRoad Auto Chrono
The case of the RailRoad Auto Chrono, with its rounded edges, vertical brushing and tapered pusher protectors, transports the imagination directly to the times of pocket watches. No longer confined to pockets, today’s timepiece is secured by a stylish stainless steel bracelet or a black leather strap with fine stitching. Against either a black or slate grey background, a tachymeter in contrasting chestnut-brown or blue respectively, travels outwards from the dial’s center. Elegant, sword-shaped hands have a sophisticated, polished finish as they move, spot on time, from one nickel plated applied index to the next. The H-21 movement, facilitating the operation of the three counters and main timekeeping mechanism, is visible from the back of the watch, proving the commitment to punctuality.
Hamilton RailRoad Small Second
In the RailRoad Small Second the H-22 movement shapes the watch’s distinctive appearance with the asymmetric positioning of the small second counter at eight o’clock. This has either a chestnut brown or deep blue color to underline the piece’s uncompromising modernity. The movement displays refined decoration and rotor skeletonization for extra fascination. Memories of Hamilton pocket watch expertise make their mark via the rounded contours of the case and are echoed by the metal bracelet that represents a contemporary take on the chain.