Chrono-matic Cal. 11 - Ref.11002-3 - Circa 1960
This was has an interesting history. The 1960’s was an era when several manufactures joined the race of producing the first automatic chronograph: Zenith/Movado, Seiko, and “Project 99” a consortium of four brands.
This consortium was made up of Heuer, Dubois Dépraz, Breitling and Hamilton-Büren. Together, they would file a patent for the Chronomatic in 1967. Heuer named his movement the calibre 11 and Breitling the chronomat, while Hamilton chose to use Chrono-matic in two words.
- Brand: HAMILTON
- Model: Chrono-Matic
- Period: 1960-1970
- Glass: Plexi
- Diameter: 37 mm
- Caliber: Chrono-matic Automatic Cal. 11
- Case: Steel
- Warranty: 1 year
- No box, no papers
- Strap: Your choice of Joseph Bonnie strap