|Name:||Pan Europ Auto Chrono|
Price in euro
The Hamilton Pan Europ is an automatic chronograph dedicated to the fascinating theme of changing times. Inspired by a Hamilton timepiece of the same name, originally introduced in 1971, the design of today’s watch takes a nostalgic look over its shoulder, while its functionality celebrates modernity to the full. One of the first automatic chronographs at that time, the Pan Europ is today powered by the caliber H-31 with up to 60 hours power reserve.
The Hamilton H-31 is based on the Valjoux 7753. The H-21 is similar though based on the 7750. These movements most notable change compared to the standard version is the 60 hour power reserve.
The following elements have been modified:
- The entire kinematic chain has been refined, from the barrel to the escapement
- The escapement regulator has been suppressed, facilitating optimal reliability and precision
- The main spring has been improved to increase a typical power reserve of 60 hours.
- The mono-block rotor is distinctively skeletonized with an “H” shape and aviation-inspired cut-outs, a signature of individualization.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|