Diver’s watches are robust, reliable, easy to read and naturally water-resistant. With these convincing attributes, they are compelling both in the water and on dry land. One of the most recent dive examples of this is in the latest from esteemed watchmaker Hamilton, now with the Khaki Navy Frogman Automatic. The watch will be available in four different executions, three of them in plain stainless steel and one with a black PVD coating for a strong stealthy look.
All are water-resistant to 300 meters and sport a dark clear-cut dial enhanced with Super-LumiNova for low-light legibility and orange tips on the hour and minute hands.
The H-10 automatic movement provides precision and reliability inside the 46mm cases. In addition to a power reserve of 80 hours, the caliber offers enhanced performance thanks to its balance spring made from Nivachron. The Frogman, which shares its name with the legendary WWII divers who wore the first models of this collection, is available with a new wave-look tactical rubber strap in khaki or black, or on a traditional bracelet.
Retail for the new Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman Automatic watches starts at $1,195.
To learn more, visit Hamilton, here.