The Hamilton Watch Company was founded in Lancaster, Philadelphia in 1892. The company set out to produce "America's finest watch," and began with high quality, American-made pocket and wristwatches. These precise and durable instruments have enjoyed a long and colorful history, providing pocket watches for early railroad use, supplying the U.S. Navy with marine chronometers during World War II, developing a watch for the first American airmail postal service, and designing the first electric watch, among others.
The Ventura is a faithful tribute to the original 1957 model, which made watch-making history as the world’s first electrical, battery powered watch. Design detail of the case of the new model mirrors that of its ancestors.
The Khaki Aviation line is geared toward the skyward bound, providing classic aviator styling and/or functions specific to the needs of a pilot.
The Timeless Classic series takes Hamilton back to its roots when Hamilton was chosen for its unrivaled reliability and style. Today, this series provides distinctive early American styling paired with the accuracy of modern Swiss movements.
The Khaki Navy watches are perfectly equipped for their underwater travels. With their strong character, a screw-down crown, Superluminova indexes and high water resistances up to 1000 meters they are guaranteed to make waves - even on dry land.
The Khaki Field line provides rugged construction and elegant design. These watches portray the essence of original Hamilton military watches produced in the 1940s.