Hamilton Electric Clearview White Dial
Here's your chance to own a FULLY SERVICED (ultrasonic wash, rinse, and lubrication) Rare Hamilton Electric Clearview watch. Pictured in René Rondeau's book "The Watch Of The Future" on page 177, it was released in February 1965 with an original price of $100.00. It is quadruple signed on the dial, case, movement, and crown. It runs great and keeps time to well under 30 seconds variation per day and has a brand new battery just installed. The hack function works properly, and the watch starts right up each time the crown is pushed in from the setting position to the running position.
The Clearview is one of the most sought after of the Hamilton Electrics. It had a very low production number of about 1,200 total (fewer than the ultra rare Altair). It is similar to the RR Special 51 with the exception of the narrow case ring to allow full view of the movement, exhibition rear, and lack of RR Special on the dial.
This Clearview is in great shape. It has the original crystal on the back, which shows some light crazing. The dial is original and in excellent condition as is the case. Don't miss your chance to own a Clearview. It gives a great opportunity to show off your Hamilton Electric movement.
BRAND: Hamilton Electric Clearview
CASE: Stainless Steel, with 10K Gold Filled Bezel Ring
CASE BACK: Marked Hamilton, R852660, Stainless Steel, 890665
BAND/BRACELET: Brand new genuine leather Brown Crocodile Grain Band With Matching Gold Colored Buckle
MOVEMENT: 505 Electric, marked Hamilton 505, Patented, ADJ, U.S.A.
SIZE: 35mm without crown, and 45mm lug to lug
CROWN: Excellent, Stainless Steel, marked with the "H" logo
CRYSTAL: Excellent, with no cracks
DIAL: Excellent, Original Finish, White, Marked Hamilton Electric
HANDS: Excellent, Blued Steel Hour and Minute Hands, and Red Lightning Bolt Seconds Hand, all correct for this watch
BAND: Excellent, Brand New
Guaranteed to arrive in fine working order, or money back upon return, or return for any reason within 7 days for a full refund. I am an NAWCC (National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors) member and stand behind what I sell.