Nowadays, having an iPhone in your pocket to check the time is enough. But it won’t express your style and personality, will it? „Hamilton watches combine a strong American spirit with the unrivaled precision of the latest Swiss movements and technology” – or at least that’s what the brand says about itself. In this Hamilton watches review, we’ll have a look at the finest watches of this American brand and decide whether they are worth buying or not.
The first timepiece on our list is tough and fine at the same time. Before we get into details, let us just say that Hamilton watches feature automatic self-wind movement, and they are exceptionally accurate. For this amount, Hamilton timepieces are probably the best options in case you’re after an automatic wristwatch. But let’s get back to the first item on our list, the Hamilton H64455533. It features a 40mm wide stainless steel case and anti-reflective sapphire dial window. The sleek, croc-embossed leather band is comfortable and good quality. The dial features a day and date window at 12 o’clock, which is an unusual placement of these windows, but it certainly looks awesome on this timepiece. The sword-shaped hands complement the dial perfectly, while the color combination of black and white works gorgeously. This is a greatly recommended Hamilton watch, ladies, and gentleman!
While this watch might look very similar to the previous one, this one’s actually has a different dial and strap. But let’s start at the beginning! This watch has a slightly smaller case (38 mm stainless steel) than the first Hamilton timepiece, which might come in handy in case you have a smaller wrist. It features black calfskin band with contrast stitching, which by the way looks glamorous. The dial features a date window at 3 o’clock, luminous hands and Arabic indices. This watch is a fantastic value for its price, if you decide to go with this beauty, you’ll love it! At this price point, this watch wins it all.
Alright, the next timepiece is much bigger than the previous ones. It features a 44mm stainless steel case, so if you have a small wrist, maybe you should skip this watch as it might look too bulky on you. This beast weighs 1.1 pounds, the movement is automatic (as expected), and the design is breathtaking. It craves attention, it needs to be seen and appreciated. Truly it is a beautifully made watch with its detailed dial. Even though it doesn’t cost as much as the big hitters, it looks and feels like one. Take a look at the picture, and tell us: aren’t you in love already?
The strap gives this watch a bit of a vintage look, while its face is modern, detailed and looks very similar to other Hamilton designs. The brown band matches unexpectedly well with the black dial. To tell the truth, this watch doesn’t look like a 38mm watch, it rather looks like a 42mm. The reason why this timepiece fits smaller wrists while looking big is its thin profile. It is extremely slim indeed but feels really good. The movement is beautiful, the numbers and hands are fantastic. Oh, I almost forgot: it is extremely accurate. It misses around 1 second per day, which would be ideal if this watch was a sub $3000 piece. Well, it is obviously not, it is a Hamilton masterpiece.
Even though it looks like your grandfather’s old watch, this Hamilton timepiece looks minimalist in a modern way. The face’s design is timeless, and the darker band goes well with the gold-tone case. Sure, it doesn’t feature a diamond bezel, nor it has golden hands, but it steals all the attention without being complicated. The case is 38mm and sits well on my wrist right now while writing about it. You’ll surely get many compliments if you decide to buy this fabulous watch. One minor issue I’ve experienced is that the band could be softer. All things considered, this is a well-crafted watch worth buying for teenagers and dads as well!
To keep it short and simple, I’ll collect the best parts of this watch: I simply adore the day window at 12 o’clock, it is an unusual placement, but it works extremely well. Furthermore, I like how minimalistic the face is, and how this timepiece suits both formal and casual attire. Last but not least, this watch is sized perfectly, not too small, not too big, it fits and sits comfortably on one’s wrist. Apart from the day and the date window (at 6 o’clock position), there’s nothing else on the face except the hour and minute indices, and of course the Hamilton logo. If you’re in need of a beautiful and elegant watch, search no more, you’ve found it!
Well, this Hamilton timepiece is the complete opposite of the first one. The face is detailed, it features a much bigger hour and minute indices. Furthermore, it features outer minute track as well as inner hour track. In this time, the day and date windows can be found next to each other at 3 o’clock position. Surprisingly, this timepiece features a quartz movement, therefore it is less expensive. Beware, this is not an automatic Hamilton watch, but it is glamorous indeed! Additionally, it is water-resistant to 200 meters, meaning it is suitable for professional marine activity and watersports, but not scuba-diving.
Even though most Hamilton watches feature automatic movement, here is another with quartz. It features a 42mm stainless steel case and antireflective-sapphire dial window. The watch is detailed, it features 2 sub-dials, a day window at 6 o’clock, hour and minute indices and numerals. It comes with a contrast-stitched rubber band, and it is water resistant to 100 meters. The $500 price tag is appealing, it is one of the best-looking Hamilton timepieces.
Its understated classic look is nothing but attractive for a watch enthusiast. One thing to note is that the blue color of the dial is not as blue in real life as it is on pictures. It is slightly lighter, but it still looks gorgeous. The dial features a second-tracking sunray sub-dial, a date window at 3 o’clock and outer minute track. As many other Hamilton watches, this one also features Swiss automatic movement. Additionally, it is water resistant to 100 meters, meaning it is suitable for swimming or showering.
Last, but not least, another Hamilton masterpiece. Yes, it is a bit pricey, but it is well worth the money. Let’s see, why it is worth the amount: it is an automatic timepiece, also it is incredibly accurate. It has day and date window featured on the dial. The strap is leather, comfortable and soft with beautiful contrasting stitching. Honestly, this watch is almost as good as the first one on our list, but we had to decide which comes first and last, and its overall look wasn’t as convincing as other Hamilton watches’. But what if you prefer this look? Well, we suggest you buy it as soon as possible because it is a Hamilton piece!
Ever since we’re running thewatchbrowser.com, we’ve reviewed hundreds of watches, but none of them were as quality as Hamilton watches, speaking the truth. Their timepieces are premium, superior and attract attention. They cost between $300-$1000, but every penny is well-spent if you decide to get one of these beauties. There are no words to describe this brand other than superior in this price range. Much recommended for everyone!