Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman Watch

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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Over the years Hamilton’s been featured in over 450 films since their founding back in 1892 in Lancaster, PA. None, however, was as meaningful as their original Khaki Navy Frogman watch – initially built for the US naval “Frogmen” and later appearing in the 1951 movie The Frogmen in which Hamilton was featured on-screen for the very first time.

Now, the Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman Watch has been relaunched and looks better than ever thanks to its 46mm titanium build designed to meet and exceed the highest demands of any underwater craft. It also boasts a water resistance of 1000 meters and a helium valve to keep external and internal pressures at equilibrium while diving. Additionally, the Frogman’s H-10 automatic caliber movement with 80 hours of power reserve proves to be just as reliable on land as it is beneath the waves. It also comes equipped with a solid case back featuring a scuba diver motif, a rubber strap complete with an aesthetically pleasing tone-on-tone central section, and a red unidirectional rotating bezel.

Purchase: $1,445

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