Back in the spring of 1972, the first Pulsar watch was marketed by Hamilton, complete with an 18-carat gold case. It was touted as the world’s first all-electronic digital and also the first to use a digital display – created with light-emitting diodes (LEDs). You would press a button on the side to display the time, and cost $2,100 ($13,000 in 2019 dollars) USD at the time. Read more to see the all-new Hamilton Pulsar.
Roger Moore wore the original as James Bond in Live And Let Die. This modern version features a hybrid display that always stays-on, while pressing its button activates an OLED display that makes the digits even more visible. Its face is coated in a sapphire crystal anti-reflective coating and is water resistant for up to 330 feet.
- DETAILS: 200 Meter Water Resistant, Super Illuminator LED Light with Afterglow (selectable illumination duration 1.5 or 3 seconds), World Time, 31 times zones (48 cities + UTC), daylight saving on/off, home city/world time swapping, 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm and an Hourly Time Signal.
- GREAT LOOK: Men, women, young, old, teens or tweens can rock this watch! Grab for the day, work, traveling, shopping, hanging out, walking or for that perfect accessory. Pair with any outfit from casual to sporty and everywhere in between and always be on time. Measuring capacity is 23:59'59.99"
- GREAT FIT: Comfort is so important, and the key when picking a watch to wear all day. This is not only comfortable, fun, and new, but a style that will bring lots of compliments, while wearing. Perfect gift idea for that birthday, holiday or just a thinking of you present.
- GREAT QUALITY: This timeless quality item comes in a variety of styles and some have more color options. G-SHOCK watches stand out not just with their tough design, but also with their technical refinements. Everyone needs to keep track of time to stay track in life!
- G-Shock is, designed to resist mechanical shock and vibration. Its full form is Gravitational Shock. The ultimate tough watch. Guided by a "Triple 10" development concept, the design teams sought a watch with 10-meter free-fall endurance, 10-bar water resistance, and a 10-year battery life.
The yellow gold version you see above will be limited to 1,970 pieces and priced at $995, while the non-limited edition steel version will cost $745.