Announced in 1970 and released in 1972, Hamilton's Pulsar Time Computer was the world's first watch with an LED display. The new PSR is meant to pay tribute to that ground-breaking timepiece. While the new model uses a hybrid LCD & OLED display, it retains the look and pushbutton illumination that made the original such a sensation on the wrist of Roger Moore as he played James Bond in 1973's Live And Let Die. Water-resistant to 100m, it has a PVD black stainless steel case with a matching bracelet.
Movement: Quartz / Case width: 40.8mm / Case material: PVD Black Stainless Steel / Crystal: Sapphire / Lug width: 24mm / Water Resistance: 100m