Aviation Timepiece Aesthetics Hamilton Khaki Pilot Weekly Calendar Automatic Watch

Pilot’s Watch is one of the pronouns of Hamilton. The brand has been manufacturing such timepieces for over a hundred years and knows the essence of technology, performance and aesthetics. In 2018, Hamilton ushered in the centennial celebration of brand aviation timekeeping, which is of great commemorative significance. At Baselworld 2018, Hamilton launched several remarkable aviation timepieces to commemorate this extraordinary moment. Among the new models, a new Khaki Pilot’s Day calendar automatic watch, with black and blue fashion color to shine. Below, let’s take a look at the team in front of the Watch House.

   The 2018 Khaki Aviation Collection combines the best classic aviation style appearance and texture in previous watches, injecting modern temperament, creating a pilot watch that reflects the American spirit and Swiss precision craftsmanship.

   The 42 mm stainless steel case is polished and brushed to give you a great look and feel.

   Naturally curved stainless steel lugs blend into the case. The crown on one side is engraved with the brand’s logo and is equipped with a crown protection device to ensure the tightness of the interior of the watch.

   The black dial is reminiscent of the chronograph instrument in the cockpit of a retro airplane. The hour and Arabic numerals are coated with Super-LumiNova®, making it easy to watch at night. The 12 o’clock position is the day of the week window and the 6 o’clock position is the calendar window, which adds practical functions to the watch.

   Through the back cover, the appearance of the H-40 self-winding movement leaps forward, with a power reserve of up to 80 hours. Even if it is idle on the weekend, it can be ready to take off again. And 100 meters of water resistance.

   Black leather strap with comfortable texture. With black stitching and double-breasted buttonholes, it is unique.

   The corresponding two-needle buckle, which blends with the case, can ensure the safety and reliability of the watch between the wrist.
   For more details, please pay attention to the live feature of the Basel Watch Fair: