Hamilton Intra-Matic 68
Three separate subdials in the layout of a SpaceShip seem to be orbiting a 3D printed Jupiter, and the Hamilton ODC X-03's dial is an eye catching mix of orange, whites, and blacks. This unique design is mirrored by an unconventional use of three movements, each controlled by its own crown. With one automatic and two quartz movements, the Hamilton ODC X-03 displays local, home, and UTC time. Local time is managed by an ETA 2671 Swiss automatic movement, UTC and home time displays are managed by distinct ETA 901.001 quartz movements, each showing 12-hour displays that can be read in conjunction with the minutes from the main local time display.
The Hamilton ODC X-03 features a trio of interesting crowns. The crown design features a small hinged arm that folds flush with the case when not in use. The design is not only a good fit for the overall look of the Hamilton ODC X-03, it is also a clever solution to the issue of using smaller crowns that can hide within the case edge without compromising the user experience of setting the time.
Design and creativity are supported by watchmaking techniques and expertise to develop this state-of-the-art timepiece designed by Interstellar production designer Nathan Crowley. Over 120 operations were needed to build the futuristic dial, using some of the latest technologies such as 3D printing and laser engraving.
Limited to 999 pieces.
60-hour power reserve