The new Khaki Navy Frogman watch also reflects the complete side of the Hamilton brand’s history and the debut of its professional diving watch. Developed specifically for the U.S. Navy Frogmen, this watch made its first public appearance in the 1951 film The Frogmen. It was born to commemorate the high-profile collaboration between the brand and Hollywood.
This watch combines superb craftsmanship and aesthetic design, and meets all the strict requirements of diving. It is a true diving watch: screw-in crown shoulders, unidirectional rotating bezel, oversized hour markers with Superluminova luminous coating , Helium exhaust valve to balance the internal pressure, and a case waterproof to a depth of 1,000 meters. In addition, the rubber strap has a tonal central section and horizontal stripes, so creative surprises are unexpected, and the contrast of different textures and colors is all pleasing.
H-10 automatic winding mechanical movement with 80 hours power reserve.
Hour, minute, second, date display.
Titanium case, 46 mm in diameter. Red rotating bezel. Helium exhaust valve, anti-glare sapphire crystal. Water-resistant to 100 atmospheres (1000 meters / 3300 feet)
Black dial, hands and indexes inlaid with Superluminova coating.
Rubber, titanium pin buckle.
Stainless steel case, 42 mm in diameter. Water-resistant to 30 atmospheres (300 meters / 1000 feet). Black or blue dial with matching bezel. Stainless steel or rubber (black or blue) strap, folding clasp.