Hamilton Caliber 60

Hamilton Caliber 60

Hamilton Caliber 60

Caliber Number60
Base Caliber
ETA 2390
Movement TypeManual wind, mechanical
Diameter10.5”’ (27mm)
Lift Angle52 degrees
Power Reserve~42 hours
Vibrations Per Hour18,000 bph
Balance StaffU2226
Hand Size
1.50mm, 0.90mm, 0.21mm
FeaturesHours, minutes, central seconds
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Production Years1960s – 1970s
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The Hamilton caliber 60 is a 17 jewels vintage manual-wind mechanical movement. This caliber was produced in the 1960s – 1970s.

Caliber 60 VS 61 VS 62

After the caliber 60 came a slightly larger caliber 62, measuring 11.5”’ compared to the 10.5”’ cal. 60. There is also a caliber 62 which is the larger diameter 61 but with a calendar complication added.

About Hamilton

The original Hamilton Watch Company was founded in 1892 in Lancaster, PA. In 1966, the company acquired the Swiss-based Buren Watch Company. Hamilton made watches in USA until 1969, the same year that operations were moved to Buren facilities in Switzerland. Only 3 years later, in 1972, the Hamilton/Buren partnership was dissolved, which lead to the Hamilton brand being purchased by what eventually became Swatch Group in 1974. Hamilton watches are still being produced today by the conglomerate.

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Service: Hamilton with Hamilton 60 / ETA 2390 Movement - WahaWatches
5 years ago

[…] movement is the Hamilton 60 which is an ETA 2390 with a KIF shock-protection system, and the stud carrier and regulator are […]

Service: Hamilton Watch with Hamilton 60 / ETA 2390 Movement - WahaWatches
5 years ago

[…] movement is the Hamilton 60 which is an ETA 2390 with a KIF shock-protection system, and the stud carrier and regulator are […]

3 years ago

Since there’s no page for the Hamilton H-50 caliber, I’ll leave this here.

I bought a Hamilton Khaki Mechanical Field Watch recently (2019 model; re-make of the mil-spec GG-W-113). The H-50 movement is very, very accurate. On average it gains about 1-1.5 seconds per day. Within one month it was approximately 28 seconds fast. I’ve owned other ETA 28XX movements that weren’t nearly as accurate (Marathon SS Gen Purpose Field watch: +3-5 secs/day, and others).

Well done, Swatch!

1 year ago

Hi I am waiting for my Hamilton caliber 60Ger

10 months ago

Hi I have a vintage Hamilton caliber 60 what is the current value on this watch

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