Hamilton Pan Europ

Hamilton Pan Europ

08 June 2014 | Hamilton

The HAMILTON Pan Europ

Hamilton widens its offering of the Pan Europ collection, made by a successful chronograph launched by the American born brand and now Swiss adopted in 2011. The Hamilton Pan Europ Chronograph will be soon joined by a new model with no chronograph function that, like the chronograph version, draws inspiration from the original model launched in 1971.

Hamilton Pan Europe due

When compared to the chronograph version, which boasts a 45mm wide case, the Pan Europ's case is 42mm wide. The H-31 chrono caliber has been replaced by caliber H-30, a movement that, alongside the H-10 and H-40 calibers, represents a new generation of mechanical movements developed by ETA expressly for Hamilton, all of them ensuring a power reserve of 80 hours.

Caliber Hamilton H-30

The Hamilton Pan Europ is being offered in two dial designs: blue and grey, both sporting a white rehaut and a unidirectional blue or black rotating bezel, including a perforated leather strap with a folding buckle. Hamilton provides a replacement canvas strap with a tang buckle and a tool for changing them. The Hamilton Pan Europ will hit the shops in July and will retail for 895€.

(Photo credit: courtesy of Hamilton)

Federico N. @Horbiter - Watches & Luxury

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