Hamilton Thin O’Matic and Other Hamilton Watches Now on Sale by Ron Gordon, NY

New York, NY – September 1, 2011.  Ron Gordon Watches, a leading New York City Watch Repair company, is proud to announce that they will be carrying the new Hamilton Watches such as the famous Hamilton Thin O’matic and Hamilton Pan Europ Chrono-Matic.  According to the manufacturer, the new Hamilton Thin-O-Matic line has its roots in the 1960s, when the original model of this name first made waves. Recalling the proud heritage of the Hamilton Thin-O-Matic, this new edition offers contemporary executions of retro details. These details include gently curved dials and second hands, snap back closures, plus an engraved Hamilton heritage logo, integrating the brand’s famous crest, on the case back.

“This is really exciting in the watch world,” explained Ron Gordon, master watchmaker, “because I have worked on the original Thin O Matics. The new ones they are making look like the originals but are better because it will have a sapphire crystal (the old ones were plastic), and they are water resistant to 5 bars.  I am encouraging lovers of Hamilton watches to contact me on the new Hamilton watches we have for sale in our New York City location.”

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About the New Hamilton Watches for Sale – Thin O’Matic and Pan Europ Chrono-Matic

First launched in the 1960s, the Thin O’matic was one the flattest automatic watches of its time, with the ôsuper-movementö developed by Buren. The watch has 3 hands and a snap back closure a traditional closure for dress watches in the 60s. The watch is engraved with the Hamilton heritage logo.  The Hamilton Company is capitalizing on the fashion trends for “vintage watches” yet blending that with state-of-the art technology to produce a classic watch, today.  The company is also bringing back the Pan Europ Chrono-Matic.  The original, of course, debuted in 1971, a big watch with a 42 mm case.  In addition, in 1969, a consortium of Buren Hamilton and Heuer developed the automatic chronograph movement Caliber 11, one of the very first automatic winding chronographs.

The new Hamilton Thin-O-Matic line has its roots in the 1960s, when the original model of this name first made waves. Available in two case sizes, each modern watch conceals the power of a slim Swiss automatic movement in a design that fuses elegance and comfort. The original Hamilton Thin-O-Matic watches earned fame as the flattest automatics of their time. Today’s tribute happily marries Swiss craftsmanship with modern watchmaking and design.

Ron Gordon is an expert on watches and advises many clients in the New York City area and throughout the Northeast on how to best purchase a watch such as one of the new Hamiltons.  Mr. Gordon has over 30 years experience and has repaired thousands of different types of watches from wristwatches, waterproof dive watches to complex chronographs and stopwatches. He has also have done work for Van Cleef and Arples and Alfred Dunhill watches for over 20 years.  Ron loves watches, and encourages clients to contact him to discuss the latest in watch trends such as the new Hamilton watches.  Interested parties can stop into the watch shop conveniently located in midtown Manhattan, New York city, to review and discuss the best and most stylish Hamilton watch for them.  In addition, Ron can advise on watch repair needs for not only Hamilton but also other major brands of luxury and classic watches.

About Ron Gordon Watch Repair

Ron Gordon Watch Repair is conveniently located at 280 Madison Avenue at 40th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The company specializes in the service and repair of high quality, luxury, watches, both modern and vintage, and repairs watches for those who wear the very best brands. The expert and namesake is Ron Gordon.

Ron Gordon Watch Repair
Tel. 212-896-8999
Web. https://www.rongordonwatches.com/