Introduced in 1970 by Hamilton, the PSR was the world’s first digital timepiece. This icon of modern watchmaking was not only groundbreaking in terms of technology, but it also featured a revolutionary shape in line with the space design of that era and a screen-format display.
Featuring the same retro-futuristic case design as the 1970s original, the latest member of the PSR family receives an upgrade in the form of a hybrid LCD-OLED display. Cool green numbers provide highly legible timekeeping, while a quick push of the PSR’s signature button brings the screen to full brightness. The watch comes in a steel case with a diameter of 40.8 x 34.7mm and a water resistance of 100 meters.
The new Hamilton PSR comes with a three-link metal bracelet and retails for $745.
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