Hamilton Caliber H-10
Hamilton Caliber H-10

Hamilton Caliber H-10

Brand Hamilton
Caliber Number H-10, H10
Based On
ETA C.07.611
Country of Manufacture Switzerland, Swiss made
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The Hamilton caliber H-10 is an automatic movement with a date. This Swiss made caliber has an extended 80 hours power reserve.

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Chris Dunbar
Chris Dunbar
1 year ago

I have this movement in my Hamilton American Classic Railroad Automatic and its great. It has a long power reserve and excellent accuracy at around +/- 2-3 secs per day. It is also nicely decorated with snailing and perlage. I picked up the watch a a very discounted price from one of SWATCH’s own outlets in the UK.

Greg
Greg
1 year ago
Reply to  Chris Dunbar

For how much you managed to buy it?

Josh Crothers
Josh Crothers
11 months ago
Reply to  Chris Dunbar

Does ur watches movement make a noise when u move ur wrist?my brand new Hamilton khaki navy scuba does and I received it yesterday

Mike Grossbard
Mike Grossbard
11 months ago
Reply to  Josh Crothers

You shouldn’t hear anything unless you have the watch close to your ear then you’ll probably hear the rotor of the automatic movement spin. Anything else sounds suspect.

Josh Hobbs
Josh Hobbs
10 months ago
Reply to  Josh Crothers

Perhaps it’s the end links

Miguel Rodriguez
Miguel Rodriguez
10 months ago
Reply to  Josh Crothers

Are you saying that the movement is loose inside the watch case? I have a similar problem, but mine is with a vintage Hamilton. The case is 918868, Sea Beach III, a single piece watch case. the movement gets loaded through the crystal opening. Anyway, bought it recently and the movement is loose inside the case. Every time I move my wrist I feel the movement shift inside the case. I was wondering if maybe my watch is missing a movement ring.

John
John
5 months ago

Movement clamps need adjustment

Mert King
Mert King
10 months ago

i have it and has perfect accuracy! it is almost working with 0 SPD !

Cenk
Cenk
4 months ago

Accuracy and reliability of this movement is really incredible…

David
David
1 month ago

Balance spring material?

A D
A D
1 month ago
Reply to  David

”Nivachron” per Hamilton website.

It is a proprietary titanium alloy that is not fully antimagnetic but is engineered to resist the effects magnetism more-so than a traditional metal.

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