Hamilton has announced the Khaki Chrono Worldtimer, designed in collaboration with aerobatic pilot Nicolas Ivanoff.
Aimed with pilots and globetrotters – both virtual and real – in mind, the chronograph will provide the ability to accurately tell the time across the world’s 24 major cities standard time zones.
The 45 mm diameter case houses an H-41e movement, developed by Hamilton for the Chrono Worldtimer, allowing for ease of operation and automatic adjustment of daylight saving time around the world.
A mode switcher conveniently located at the 10 o’clock position, allows the wearer to switch between chronograph functionality and the worldtimer facility. Once in the worldtimer mode, easy bi-directional adjustment enables the Chrono Worldtimer to calculate the current time in the zone requested. It also briefly displays the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
The design pays tribute to the aerobatic inspiration, featuring yellow markings on the first four minutes of the main time display. This, pays homage to the length of the freestyle program in competitions, with a penalty applied if it’s exceeded.
- 45 mm diameter
- Stainless steel
- Nickeled hands with white Super-LumiNova.
- Hamiltion H-41e quartz movement
- Water resistance up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m / 330 ft)
- Strap available in black rubber, black leather with stitching or steel bracelet