Hamilton Converter Air Zermatt Limited Edition Watch

Hamilton are one of the best in the business when it comes to limited edition timepieces and they’ve certainly hit another home run with their latest release – this, frankly stunning, Converter Air Zermatt Limited Edition Watch – which is just about as adventure-ready as they come and will add a real resilience to your wrist this summer.

The Hamilton Converter Air Zermatt Limited Edition Watch has a price tag of CHF 2,295.00 so it doesn’t come cheap but, as with all things in life, you get what you pay for and the quality of this fantastic timepiece really is second to none. This robust, no-nonsense watch from Hamilton is a celebration of the sterling work carried out by mountain rescue professionals of Air Zermatt.

Mountainous Performance

Founded in 1968, Air Zermatt is one of the top-performing aerial rescue operations out there, with a team of 75 pilots, paramedics, technicians and support staff, a fleet of 11 helicopters, and a training school. At Hamilton, where kitting out aviators with the most exemplary wristwatches is part of their DNA, they’ve long celebrated Air Zermatt’s pilots as among the most talented in the world and this limited edition release is a celebration of that fact.

The impeccable quality of the Hamilton Converter Air Zermatt Limited Edition Watch (CHF 2,295) really is a fitting tribute to the work of some mighty brave individuals. Timing is everything when you’re coordinating lifesaving missions, and Hamilton are proud to celebrate a decade as the official watch partner of Air Zermatt. True sky heroes, these skilled helicopter pilots rely on precision timepieces such as Hamilton’s Khaki Aviation Converter Auto Chrono as they navigate extreme weather conditions in the Swiss Alps.

This watch has a 60 hour power reserve and a 100m water resistance alongside a caliber H-21-Si automatic movement. This special edition pays tribute to the dedication and bravery of these pilots and boasts the Air Zermatt logo stamped onto the case back and special packaging inspired by the Emergency Locator Transmitter boxes carried on every rescue helicopter.

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