The world's first digital wristwatch
In 1970, Hamilton released the Pulsar watch, which revolutionized the way time was displayed and became the world's first watch with an LED digital display.
In 1970, Hamilton released the Pulsar watch, which revolutionized the way time was displayed and became the world's first watch with an LED digital display. As soon as it was launched, this unprecedented work caused a trend and was sought after by many celebrities. It was also worn by Gerald Rudolph Ford, the thirty-eighth President of the United States (1974-1977).
The Hamilton Pulsar is a watch without a balance wheel and mechanism. Its light-emitting diodes digitally display the current time at the push of a button. Once the watch was launched, celebrities and politicians from all walks of life, including Ford himself, developed a strong interest in this watch.
There is no doubt that the Hamilton Pulsar watch is one of the iconic pieces of the space age. Its breakthrough technology breaks the rules of the market, and its advanced appearance makes it a trend.
The new Hamilton PSR watch basically continues the design of the Pulsar watch, still avant-garde fashion, full of space and futuristic. The digital color showing the time is also still red, clear and clear. The difference is that the "Pulsar" mark on the bottom right of the case has become "Hamilton".