Hamilton Jazzmaster Regulator Auto features an interesting regulator complication that first appeared in the late 17th century and was used by watch manufacturers as a confirmation for the quality of their creations.
The new Hamilton Jazzmaster Regulator family comprises three different timepieces. They feature an asymmetric design of their dials that in an amazing way detaches the minutes from the hours.
The beating heart of the new Hamilton is the exclusive H-12 movement which can be seen through a transparent case back of the watch.
What is interesting about these watches is that they perfectly combine tradition and modernity. The separation of the minute and hour hands on to different axials and subsdiary dials has the added improvement of facilitating minute reading at a glance. Contrast is the main characteristic of the watch. The counters on its silver dial have a sun brushed finish, while the framing surface has an opaline one.
The latest Hamilton timepiece is housed in a classic, round stainless steel case with the diameter of 42mm. The case is shielded with anti-reflective sapphire crystals and constructed to provide water resistance of up to 50 meters (about 165 feet).
Hamilton offers three models of the Jazzmaster Regulator Watch. The first one with the referent number H42615553 features rose-gold PVD treated hands, Arabic numerals and indices. This model comes with a brown leather strap. The model with black PVD coated appliqués on its dial is available with a black leather strap (ref. H42615753) and a five-row stainless steel bracelet (ref. H42615153).
The third version features a blue dial surface and there is also a choice between the different types of wristlets: a black strap and a steel bracelet (their referent numbers are H42615743 and H42615143). The models attached to bracelets can be purchased for €1,045 (about $1,430) each, while the versions with leather straps are priced €995 which is approximately $1,360 per each.