Hamilton Pan Europ
With 80 hours of typical power reserve the new generation Hamilton Pan Europ makes stamina stylish.
Today’s Pan Europ watches continue the series’ tradition of showcasing technological advancements – the original Hamilton Pan Europ, introduced in 1971, contained one of the world’s first automatic chronograph movements: they are powered by a brand new, high-performance automatic movement. The H-30, with its 80 hours of typical power reserve, is rooted in sporty design that is both chic and dynamic.
Modern materials and color schemes translate the Pan Europ heritage into an eye-catching contemporary timepiece. The circular dial flows into angular lugs to frame a turning bezel with an aluminum ring. Color is king and supports timekeeping and styling. White reflector on the dial and hands with Superluminova literally make the hours and minutes leap out. Fiery red takes control of the markings from 12 to 3 o’clock and of the fine second hand. It also makes an appearance in stripe form on the textile straps and to cover the surface of the round cut-outs in the black leather ones. The days and dates are displayed at 3 o’clock mark.
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