• Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
  • Vintage Hamilton 000150 Stainless Steel Quartz Ladies Watch 2002
SKU 2002

Hamilton

Swiss Steel Quartz

S/N 000150

£219.00
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Our Take

Presenting this Hamilton wristwatch from the early 2000s, a petite ladies watch with a uniquely designed rectangular stainless steel case, measuring 24mm in diameter and 32mm from lug to lug. The stainless steel back case screws in and exhibits the Hamilton logo and #000150 registered edition, there are some scratches here. The dial is black and textured with silver sword-shaped hands and steel square markers at the 4 main points, all under an acrylic crystal with slight wear. The crown is signed with the logo and is steel. The watch is powered by a Hamilton quartz movement and keeps perfect time. The bracelet has been partially replaced, new leather strap, but original butterfly clasp has been retained. It will fit a wrist of about 6.7” or 17cm approximately. The watch comes without the original box, but a gift box will be provided. Water-resistance is not guaranteed so please do not use it near water.

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  • BrandHamilton
  • Model000150
  • GenderLadies
  • Year2000s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions24mm X 32mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassPlexiglass
  • Case MaterialStainless Steel
  • StrapLeather
  • Box/PapersNo
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Hamilton

Although it’s an American brand, with American roots, the Hamilton brand is now fully Swiss, and has been under the ownership of the Swatch group since 1974. First formed in 1892, they went on to become suppliers to the ‘modern’ railroad companies – supplying accurate watches to help with timings of the trains.

Taking that a step further, they supplied the U.S. Airmail service and have gone on to produce some ‘world firsts’ such as the Ventura which was the world’s first watch powered by a battery and Pulsar (1957), they also created the first LED watch in 1970.

Hamilton have been seen on the wrists of legends, perhaps the most famous being Elvis Presley in his ‘Blue Hawaii’ film.